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									                                  THE ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY COLLECTION
                                             Mss. Coll. # 40
                                           Approx. 30 linear ft.

SCOPE AND CONTENTS
The St. Lawrence Seaway Collection at St. Lawrence University consists of approximately 1200 items. The
whole collection is actually made up of four smaller collections or series, each with its own strengths and
unique characteristics. Most of the materials in the overall collection come from the period 1930-1959. One of
these series is the papers and documents accumulated by St. Lawrence University.

The other three series were donated by individuals with some connection to the St. Lawrence Seaway project.
Carleton Mabee was in his forties and a history professor in the Liberal Studies Department at Clarkson
University when he wrote The Seaway Story in 1961. His well-regarded book gives a concise and well-integrated
overview of the historical forces shaping the Seaway debate and the Seaway's ultimate construction. The series
that bears his name covers a wide cross-section of topics and contains a large number of clippings.

The second series was donated by George S. Reed (1879-1973), an attorney from Lowville, New York. He
served as a trustee of the Power Authority of the State of New York from 1934 until 1949, part of the time as
vice-chairman. He also represented PASNY on numerous occasions in legal matters relating to the American
side of Niagara Falls and the International Rapids of the St. Lawrence River near Massena. The materials Mr.
Reed donated reflect his association with PASNY. Government documents, legal briefs carried out on behalf of
PASNY, and the texts of numerous speeches by Mr. Reed gave provide valuable insight into the role of PASNY
as a "major player" in the building of the Seaway. The fact that Mr. Reed contributed his Seaway papers to St.
Lawrence University can probably be attributed to his association with the institution as a member of the Board
of Trustees between 1944 and 1952.

Lester K. Sillcox was the third individual to donate Seaway materials to the University. He reached his 102nd
birthday on April 30, 1988. From 1927 until 1959 Mr. Sillcox served New York Air Brake in Watertown in a
number of capacities, including vice-president and president. He was also the first person to head the NY State
Department of Transportation. Mr. Sillcox had strong ties to the Railroad industry, which was a major opponent
of the St. Lawrence Seaway Project. Consequently, one of the unusual characteristics of the Sillcox Series is the
numerous documents and publications that state the anti-Seaway position. In fact, Mr. Sillcox coined the term
"Iceway" to draw the public's attention to the weather-related limitations of the proposed St. Lawrence Seaway.

                                 THE SEAWAY: THE HISTORY OF AN IDEA
For those of us living in the second half of the twentieth century, the term "Seaway" conjures up images of 700
foot long ocean-going vessels, and huge hydroelectric dams capable of generating millions of kilowatts of
electricity. "St. Lawrence Seaway" also brings to mind the huge construction project that took place during the
1950's in the so-called International Section of the St. Lawrence River between Ogdensburg/Prescott and
Massena/Cornwall.

The "seaway" concept, however, goes back nearly 200 years. Consistent over time is the dream of ocean-going
vessels sailing without interruption from the Atlantic Ocean into the Great Lakes. The emergence of the concept
of hydroelectric generation was a much more recent idea, originating at the turn of the 20th century.

What has changed over time is the size and volume of ships and the importance of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence
River transportation route. When the Welland Canal was built in 1829 to connect Lakes Erie and Ontario, it was
8 feet deep. When the St. Lawrence Seaway was constructed 130 years later, the minimum depth was 28 feet.
The implications of these changes are readily apparent. Deeper shipping channels and larger ships require more
costly and extensive construction efforts. Recent public discussions about additional and larger locks are
contemporary examples of the way the "seaway" concept continues to change over time.

When Champlain and Cartier sailed up the St. Lawrence River they believed they had found the Northwest
Passage to the Orient. Later, explorers established that the Great Lakes were inland seas. The Great Lakes have
always served as a means of transportation for nearby communities. Gouverneur Morris, who was later
instrumental in the construction of the Erie Canal, conceived of a seaway around 1800. He proposed a boat canal
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from Lake Ontario through the Mohawk Valley to the Hudson River. This concept was scaled back greatly over
time, particularly since the Erie Canal was only 4 ft deep when built and obviously inadequate for ocean-going
vessels.

On the Canadian side William H. Merritt, a mill operator and businessman, was responsible for the construction
of the Welland Canal. Merritt, who 20 years later was the chief commissioner of public works for Upper and
Lower Canada, was a major proponent of his time for the Seaway concept. In 1828, while in England raising
money for canal building in Canada, Merritt told a parliamentary committee, "We would make a seacoast of all
those upper lakes". By 1848 there was a series of stone locks and a canal system with a 9 foot draft from Lake
Erie to the Atlantic Ocean.

America's first major contribution to the St. Lawrence system was the Sault Sainte Marie Canal completed in
1855. With a draft of 11.5 ft, it was the deepest section of the system at that time and made possible the shipping
of iron ore from Lake Superior to the lower Great Lakes.

By Confederation in 1867 Canadian politician William Kingsford could state a seaway was "a dream of the last
half century". While nothing was ever done at the time, Upper Canada, or what we call the Province of Ontario,
tried to negotiate the building of a Seaway as a prerequisite for Ontario's entry into Confederation.

At the turn of the century nearly one-third of the shipping tonnage of the United States was operating in the Great
Lakes. Renewed interest in the Seaway was fueled by farmers' desire to see the railroad monopoly of
transportation broken, and by promotion efforts of numerous Great Lakes harbors. In 1895 the United States and
Canadian governments took their first joint action toward a Seaway by appointing joint Seaway commissions.
Each commission reached a different conclusion about the best route and discussion reached a stalemate. Two
years later the U.S. government appropriated $500,000 for engineering studies. The fact that the existing canals
had just been deepened to 14 ft, the return of prosperity in the late 1890's, and the opposition of the railroads to
the Seaway proposal forestalled more extensive development of the Seaway route.

It was also at this time that hydroelectric power from the St. Lawrence River became part of the Seaway debate.
Hydroelectric development at Niagara Falls began in the 1890's; meanwhile ALCOA was exploring the
possibility of hydroelectric generation at Long Sault on the St. Lawrence River.

Over the next half century the hydroelectric power issue further complicated and clouded the future of the
Seaway. World War I, the Great Depression, and World War II, as well as changing political climates in both the
U.S. and Canada hampered the construction of a Seaway. In 1914 the U.S. was ready to act, but Canada
hesitated. Four years later it was Canada who was ready to proceed, but the United States was reticent on the
issue of development. In 1922 the U.S. proposed new negotiations for a treaty on building a Seaway. The
election of a new Liberal Government led by MacKenzie King foreclosed that possibility. For the next 8 years
repeated overtures to Canada by the U.S. produced no joint action on the Seaway.

The early 1930's saw one of the best chances for a joint U.S.-Canadian decision on the construction of the
Seaway fail. In 1930 a Conservative Party government replaced the agreement-shy Liberals in Canada. New
Prime Minister R.B. Bennett consented to treaty negotiations in late 1931. On July 18, 1932 the Hoover-Bennett
Treaty was signed by U.S. Secretary of State Stimson. Senate ratification would prove to be another matter. A
presidential election and the nation's slide into the Great Depression intervened to delay consideration. The
treaty was finally submitted to the Senate in January 1934. When it was formally considered, on March 14, 1934,
it failed to receive the necessary two-thirds majority. Sectional opposition from the Mississippi Valley states,
fearing the competition and the loss of business for the Mississippi Valley Waterway, was particularly strong.

 As is often the case when a concerted effort produces disappointing results, interest in the Seaway flagged in the
late 1930's. When war broke out in the early 1940's President Roosevelt tried to promote the Seaway as
necessary for defense. As a change of tactics, it was proposed that provisions for building the seaway be set out
in an agreement with Canada instead of in a treaty. When opposition and indifference to the Seaway in Congress
made passage of an agreement unlikely, Roosevelt considered going ahead with construction under his executive
war powers, bypassing the Congress. Ultimately, funding problems and the shortage of manpower and steel
caused by the war effort put an end to Roosevelt's strategy.
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 As World War II ended, brownouts and blackouts were frequently occurring in Ontario, Quebec and New York
State, reflecting the need for new sources of electricity to meet Post-War demand. In 1947 Senator Vandenberg,
Chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, introduced a Senate resolution that the 1941 Seaway
agreement with Canada be approved, but with a provision for charging tolls to recover some of the costs.
Opposition from the railroad industry and East Coast and Gulf states defeated the Seaway for a fourth time in
1948.

At this point, Governor Dewey proposed that New York State and the Province of Ontario develop hydroelectric
power on the St. Lawrence without any concurrent navigation development. When applications were made
through the federal government to the International Joint Commission, President Truman held up the
applications. It was Truman's belief that navigation and hydroelectric power potential should be developed
simultaneously.

While the Dewey-Truman standoff continued, events elsewhere were building momentum for the Seaway. With
the depletion of high quality iron ore reserves in the Mesabi Range west of Lake Superior proving to be more
than rumor, the discovery of vast iron ore reserves on the Labrador-Quebec border sparked new interest and
support for the Seaway. Iron ore would be transported over 350 miles to the St. Lawrence River by rail. The
Seaway would be needed to move the ore to the steel-producing centers of the American Midwest. The steel
industry became one of the major proponents of the Seaway idea.

The Association of American Railroads remained firmly opposed. So for the first time in the long history of the
Seaway development, big business led the fight on both sides of the issue. The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence
Association was organized to carry the Seaway fight forward, replacing two earlier organizations: the Seaway
Council and the National St. Lawrence Association. With power and navigation supporters divided by Dewey's
"power-alone" proposal, the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Association was working solely on a navigation project.

After so many failed attempts, when either the U.S. or Canada had stalled the joint building efforts, it was
Canada's public pronouncement that they would build the Seaway alone that finally forced the issue. But the
Seaway suffered still another defeat in the U.S. Senate in June 1952. In the absence of American participation,
President Truman consented to Canada's building the Seaway alone, while Ontario and New York would co-
operate in the Long Sault power project.

Finally, the Congress decided the U.S. would participate, but no treaty or agreement with Canada to that effect
was ever signed. Instead, the Wiley-Dondero Bill was passed on May 7, 1954. It merely said that the U.S. would
share in building the major Seaway works in the International Section of the St. Lawrence River. On August 10,
1954 ground was broken at Long Sault for the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project, an act whose history can
be traced back to the building of the Welland and Sault Sainte Marie Canals in the nineteenth century. The St.
Lawrence Seaway was the largest construction project ever undertaken by either the U.S. or Canada.

In the twentieth century, a variety of social, political, and economic factors thwarted the modern construction of
the Seaway. During the first third of the century political realities in Canada proved to be stumbling blocks for
Seaway development. During the second quarter of the century it was the U.S. that seemed reluctant to take
action on the Seaway. Once the decision was made, however, events moved quickly. On July 1, 1958 the
Seaway and St. Lawrence Power Project officially opened.

The Seaway idea has been around for nearly 200 years. What began as a canal with an 8 foot draft has become a
28 foot deep shipping lane capable of generating millions of kilowatts of hydroelectric power. Today, just over
30 years since the official opening of the Seaway, the passage of hundreds of ocean-going ships carrying millions
of tons of finished goods and raw materials on a route from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes represents the
realization of a mighty dream of two nations.
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                                         Series Description
BOX

        I. Mabee Series
1-48       A. Clippings--United States and Canada

49-53     B. Mabee Notebooks and Manuscripts

54-66     C. United States Materials
54           1. Additional Clippings
55           2. Magazine and Journal Articles
56           3. Periodicals with Seaway-related Articles
56           4. Congressional Records
56           5. U.S. Senate Committee Documents
57           6. St. Lawrence Seaway Photographs
58           7. Associations & Organizations Involved in the St. Lawrence Seaway's Development
59-66        8. Background Information on the St. Lawrence Seaway & Power Project

67-71     D. Canadian Materials
67           1. Additional clippings, articles, and periodicals containing related articles
67           2. Canadian Government Publications
68-69        3. Ontario-Hydro
70           4. Canadian Commissions with a Role in the Construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway &
                 Power Project
71           5. Canadian Materials on the Background and Impact of the St. Lawrence Seaway Project

        II. The Sillcox Series
 72        A. Clippings and Magazine Articles
 73       B. Scrapbooks

 74       C. Organizations and Associations Involved with the Seaway

 75       D. Speeches, Photos and Miscellaneous


      III. The St. Lawrence University Series
76A-76B A. Clippings and Articles

77-78     B. St. Lawrence Seaway Photographs

79-81     C. Assorted Seaway Materials: Speeches, Organizations, Maps & Bibliography


        IV. The Reed Series
82-85     A. State and Private Agencies and Organizations

86        B. Speeches and Correspondence of George S. Reed

87        C. Booklets and Pamphlets

88-91     D. Federal Government Documents Pertinent to the Seaway

92        E. Miscellaneous Materials on the Background and Effects of the Seaway
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I. THE MABEE SERIES
     A. CLIPPINGS-UNITED STATES AND CANADA [Note: Mabee had arranged his clippings in
           scrapbooks. These folder titles correspond to the titles in which he had assigned to his scrapbooks.]

1    1     St. Lawrence Seaway: 1953-54, mostly 1954, Effects of the Seaway.
     2     St. Lawrence Seaway: St. Lawrence Seaway 1953-54.
     3     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway Power 1953-4.
2    1     U.S.: 1954-St. Lawrence Seaway.
3    1     Canada: Moving, 1954-July 1955.
     2     Canada: Moving, August 1955-December 1955.
4    1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, 1954-57.
5    1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, 1955.
6    1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, 1955.
7    1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, January 1955.
     2     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, February 1955.
     3     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, July & August 1955.
8    1     Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, January-April 1955.
     2     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, March 1955.
9    1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, April-May 1955.
     2     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, June 1955.
10   1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, September-October 1955.
11   1     Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, May 1955.
     2     Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects August-December 1955.
12   1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Power, January-July 1955.
     2     U.S.: St. Lawrence Power, August 1955.
13   1     St. Lawrence Seaway: Construction, January-March 1955.
     2     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Construction, April-June 1955.
14   1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Construction, July-September 1955.
     2     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Construction, October-December 1955.
15   1     Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Construction January-June 1955.
     2     Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Construction July-December 1955.
16   1     Canada: St. Lawrence Power, 1955-59.
17   1     St. Lawrence Seaway: 1956.
18   1     St. Lawrence Seaway: 1956.
19   1     Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Moving 1956.
20   1     Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, January-May 1956.
     2     Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, May-June 1956.
21   1-2   Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, June-December 1956.
22   1     Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Construction 1956.
     2     Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Construction 1956.
23   1     St. Lawrence Seaway: Construction, January-April 1956.
24   1     St. Lawrence Seaway: Construction, July-September 1956.
     2     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Construction, October-December 1956.
25   1-4   U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Power Development, 1956.
26   1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, January-March 1956.
     2     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, April-July 1956.
27   1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, August-December 1956.
28   1     St. Lawrence Seaway: 1956-57.
29   1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, 1957.
30   1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, 1957.
31   1     U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, 1957.
32   1-2   St. Lawrence Seaway: January-February 1957.
     3     St. Lawrence Seaway: March-April 1957.
           4 St. Lawrence Seaway: March-June 1957.
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33   1      St. Lawrence Seaway: May-July 1957.
     2      St. Lawrence Seaway: July-September 1957.
     3      St. Lawrence Seaway: August-October 1957.
34   1      U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, September-December 1957.
     2      St. Lawrence Seaway: November-December 1957.
35   1-4    St. Lawrence Seaway: Construction 1957.
36   1      Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Moving 1957.
     2      Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects 1957.
37   1-3    St. Lawrence Seaway: 1957-59.
38   1      Canada: 1958.
39   1      Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, July-December 1958.
     2      U.S.: St. Lawrence Power, 1958.
40   1      St. Lawrence Seaway: U.S.-Canada.Construction, January-June 1958.
     2      St. Lawrence Seaway: U.S.-Canada Construction, July-December 1958.
41   1      U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, 1958.
42   1      U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, January-June 1958.
     2      U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, July-December 1958.
43   1      U.S.: St. Lawrence Seaway, Moving, 1958-60.
     2      Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Moving,1958-60.
44   1      St. Lawrence Seaway: January-March 1959.
     2      St. Lawrence Seaway: April-May 1959.
45   1      St. Lawrence Seaway: June-September 1959.
46   1      St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects October-December 1959.
47   1      Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, January-May 1959.
     2      Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway, Effects, May-December 1959.
48   1      St. Lawrence Seaway: Construction, 1959-60.
     2      St. Lawrence Seaway: Effects, 1960.

           B. MABEE NOTEBOOKS AND MANUSCRIPT
49   1       Newspaper notes 1844-1925.
50   1       Notebooks-Books and Chronology 1913-1935.
     2       Newspaper notes-1925-1940.
     3       Newspaper notes-1940-42.
     4       Newspaper notes-1940-1951.
     5       Newspaper notes-1940-1952.
51   1       Mabee Notebooks: Minnesota; Duluth, St. Paul.
     2       Mabee Notebooks: Canadian government & organizations.
     3       Mabee Notebooks: Western...Muskegon papers.
     4       Mabee Notebooks: New York Times excerpts, 1941-1959.
52   1       Notes for Power and Impact on the Valley Chapters (The Seaway Story).
     2       Chapter notes for early chapters of The Seaway Story.
     3       Field Notes for The Seaway Story: On the Job, Interviews, Trip on Ship, Meetings, Visits to the
               Project.
53   1       Mabee Manuscript, Chapter 16 of The Seaway Story.
     2       Mabee Manuscript, Chapter 17 of The Seaway Story.
     3       Mabee Manuscript, Chapter 18 of The Seaway Story.

           C. UNITED STATES MATERIALS SUBSERIES
54          Additional Clippings
     1      1948
     2      1949
     3      1950
     4      1951
     5      1952
     6      1953
     7      1954
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     8    1955
     9    1956
     10   1957
     11   1958
     12   1959
     13   undated.
     14   Minneapolis Star.
55        Magazine and Journal Articles
     1    1948 "Steel Industry's Hope for a Big New Source of Iron" Business Week. September 11, 1948.
            p. 40+, 11 pp.
          "Double Harness for the St. Lawrence", The New York Times Magazine. Jan.18, 18-20.
     2    1949 "Canada Hits It Rich in Iron Ore: Airlift Speeds Labrador Venture" Sunday News
            Magazine. September 18, 1949. p. 18.
     3    1950 "Labrador Ore Shipments to Start in 1955" Steel Magazine. November 20, 1950. p. 73.
     4    1952 "Seaway: Decision Must Come Soon" The Iron Age. January 31, 1952. p. 60-C.
               "How Goes the St. Lawrence Seaway?" Business Week. February 16, 1952. p. 116.
               "The Battle for a Seaway" Robert McKeown. p. 38+
     5    1954
          "Two Towns With Seaway Fever" Louise Levitas. This Week Magazine. November 7, 1954. p. 8+.
            5p.
          "Great New Seacoast for Inland of North America", Life. May 1954. pp. 34-36.
     6    1955
          "Oswego Looks to the Seaway" John I. Brooks. Syracuse Post-Standard Pictorial August 21, 1955.
            pp. 6-8.
          "Our New Inland Empire on the Sea, Buffalo: First of A Series" Newsweek. August 15, 1955. pp.
            75-79. 2 copies.
          "Draglines Float to Seaway", Excavating Engineer. August 1955. pp. 42-43.
          "St. Lawrence Seaway Takes Shape", Steel. October 10, 1955. p. 102.
          "St. Lawrence Seaway-Power Project... Proving Ground for New Equipment", John
          C. Rehfield, Construction Equipment. August, 1955. p. 10.
          "Push Loading for Extra Yardage", Construction Equipment. September, 1955.pp. 16-18.
          "Bridge Contractor Battles 20-mile St. Lawrence Current", Contractors and Engineers. November,
            1955. pp. 6-10.
          "Old Glory May Return to Great Lakes on U.S. Lines Ships", Hal Thompson, Business Digest.
            June 20, 1955. P. 5.
          "High Speed Scrapers Move 20,000 Yd a Day", Construction Equipment. August, 1955. pp.16-21.
          St. Lawrence and Welland Canal Freight Tonnages, Canadian Transportation. July, 1955. p. 416.
          "What the Seaway Can Mean", Chemical and Engineering News. pp. 3766-3770.
          "St. Lawrence Seaway", Time. June 6, 1955. p. 40-45.
          "In the Golden Horseshoe Along Lake Ontario Canadian Industry is Building for Tomorrow",
            Newsweek. pp. 46-47.
          [magazine photo of pile drive.]
          Construction Equipment. October, 1955. no page number.
     7    1956
          "Seaway Gets Through Its Biggest Crisis", Business Week. December 1, 1956. pp. 64-72.
          "Four St. Lawrence Seaway Projects", Buren C. Herod, Pit         And Quarry. May, 1956. pp. 80-
            86.
          "Dirt Blasting Pays Off", John C. Rehfield, Construction Equipment. February, 1956. pp. 10-15.
          "News from the Field: Dredge `Mogul' Repowered", Excavating Engineer. March, 1956. pp.42-44.
55   7    "Five New Power Plants Will Make the Raquette A "Work Horse" River", Clarkson Alumnus
            Magazine. April, 1956. p. 3.
          "St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Projects", Thomas P. North, Jr., Clarkson Alumnus Magazine.
            January, 1956. p. 5-6,11.
          "Upstate New York" The New Yorker Magazine. April, 1956. advertisement. 2 copies, no page #.
          "Special Maintenance Work Keeps Equipment On St. Lawrence Job", Contractors and Engineers.
            March, 1956. pp. 10-12.
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            "Canadians Progress on Seaway Construction", Excavating Engineer. November, 1956. pp 34-35.
            "St. Lawrence Seaway Project", Walter E. Trauffer, Pit and Quarry. October, 1956.pp. 76-83.
            "Big Earthmovers Make the Grade on King Size Cut", Construction Equipment. March,1956. pp.
              53-58.
            "Know-How Roundup", Construction Equipment. February 1956. pp. 58-62.
            "Giant Strides Made on Seaway in 1955; Pace to Continue", Engineering and Record. January,
              1956. pp. 88-92.
            "Waiting for Seaway to Bring in Business," Business Week. March 31, 1956. pp. 102-110.
     8      1957
            "How Long Will It Take to Pay Cost of St.         Lawrence Seaway From Tolls to be Collected?"
              Lewis W. Britton, Traffic World. Reprint, July 27, 1957.
            "Ports Race Seaway", Steel. February 4, 1957. pp. 63-65. 2 copies.
            "The Highway From the Sea", The Globe Magazine. July 20, 1957. pp. 16-19.
            "What the St. Lawrence Seaway Means to Us in The Feed Trade", Theodore P. Thery, The Feed
              Bag. January, 1957. p. 16-. 4p.
            [Rochester, NY. an advertisement]. U.S. News & World Report. October 11, 1957. p. 114.
     9      1959
            "The Significance of The St. Lawrence Seaway", The Centennial Review. Summer, 1959. pp. 258-
              268.

56   1-10   PERIODICALS WITH SEAWAY-RELATED ARTICLES
     1      1950
            "Sea to Lakes on the St. Lawrence", George W. Long, The National Geographic Magazine.
              September, 1950. pp. 323-366.
     2      deleted.
     3      1955
            "Rutland to Store Grain for U.S. at Ogdensburg", Modern Railroad. October, 1955. no page
              number.
            "Harnessing the St. Lawrence", Stan Dean, BIG. November 1955. pp. 2-9.
            "The St. Lawrence Seaway: Gateway to the heart of North America", The Marion Groundhog.
              October, 1955. pp. 14-18.
            "St. Lawrence Construction After One Year", Engineering News-Record. November 3, 1955. pp.
              34-38.
            "The St. Lawrence Seaway: What It Means", Wilbur J. Brons, The Journal of Commerce. 1955. pp.
              3-15.
            "Massena", The Telephone Review, May 1955. pp. 1-5.
     4      1956
            "A New Industrial Sea", H.D. Crawford, Steelways. February 1956. pp. 22-24.
            "The St. Lawrence Seaway" The Compass. March-April 1956. pp. 2-10. 2 copies.
            "Positive Power for Dipper Dredge", Nordberg Progress. First Quarter, 1956. pp. 2-3.
            "Seaway, Power Shows Unfold", [A collection of eight articles on the Seaway.] Excavating
              Engineer. January, 1956. pp. 22-57. 2 copies.
            "The Great Lakes Connecting Channels", Brig. Gen. P.D. Berrigan. The Constructor. July, 1956. 9
              pp.
            Seaway News. The National City Bank of Cleveland, No. 1-4.
     5      1957
            "Progress on The St. Lawrence Seaway", Col. Loren W. Olmstead, The Military Engineer.
              January-February 1957. pp. 1-4.
            "Nickel Steel Shafts for St. Lawrence Power Project", Nickel Topics. Vol. 10, No. 3, 1957.
            "The Coming Battle of the St. Lawrence", Marvin J. Barloon. Harper's Magazine. September 1957,
              pp. 29-35.
            Seaway News. The National City Bank of Cleveland, No. 5-8.
56   6      1958
            "Potsdam", Telephone Review. July-August, 1958. pp. 2-9.
            Seaway News. The National City Bank of Cleveland. No. 9-12, 1958.
     7      1959
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           St. Lawrence Seaway FACTSHEET. May-December, 1959.
           "St. Lawrence Seaway: Investments in Industrial Growth", Thomson & McKinnon Investment
             Survey. May 26, 1959. 6 pages
           Seaway News. The National Bank of Cleveland. No. 12 and No. 13. 1959.
     8     1960
           "Moving People for The Seaway", Carlton Mabee. The Clarkson Letter. Clarkson College of
             Technology. September-October          1960.
           St. Lawrence Seaway & Midcontinental FACTSHEET. September-December 1960.
           Great Lakes Seaway Journal. Vol. 1, January 1960.
     9     UNDATED
           "A New Frontier For World Shipping", H. C. Brockel. Sillages. No. 5.      8 pages.
     10    CONGRESSIONAL RECORDS
           Congressional Record. Seventy-first Congress, Second Session, June 16, 1930.
           Congressional Record. Eighty-fifth Congress, First Session, February 14, 1957.
           Congressional Record. Eighty-fifth Congress, Second Session, September 4, 1958.
     11    U.S. SENATE COMMITEE DOCUMENTS
           "Questions and Answers on The St. Lawrence Seaway", Subcommittee on St. Lawrence Seaway,
             United States Senate. Eighty-third Congress, Second Session. December 16, 1954. Two copies.
           "St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project", Prepared for the Committee on Foreign Relations.
             United States Senate. August 13, 1959.

57         ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY PHOTOGRAPHS
               The majority of these photos show various phases of the construction phase in the International
            Section of the St. Lawrence River between Ogdensburg and Massena. Some pictures, taken by
            Carleton Mabee perhaps, show ships, rural and shoreline scenes in the St. Lawrence Valley circa
            1955, as well as construction and earth-moving. Information about the location and the date of
            many of the photos is incomplete.

58   1-8   NON-GOVERNMENTAL ASSOCIATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED IN THE
             ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY'S DEVELOPMENT [Note: For governmental agencies involved
             in the Seaway's development see POWER AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK and
             THE SEAWAY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
     1     American Public Power Association, (APPA) Washington, D.C
           "Looking Ahead to Niagara and St. Lawrence Power", speech by Alex Radin, General Manager,
             APPA, at annual convention of Municipal Electric Utilities Association of New York,
             September 29, 1956.
           "The Niagara Falls Power Project and Its Impact On Regional Power Supply", speech by Alex
             Radin, General Manager, APPA, at joint meeting of Northeast Ohio Municipal Electric
             Association and Northwest Ohio Municipal Electric Association.
           "Public Power-The Accomplishment and the Challenge", speech by Alex Radin, General Manager,
             APPA, at annual convention of Municipal Electric Utilities Association of New York State,
             September 17, 1958.
           "The Necessity For a Load Building Program", by G. O. Wessenauer, Manager of Power,
             Tennessee Valley Authority, at annual meeting of APPA, May 28, 1959.
     2     Detroit Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway Committee
               "The St. Lawrence Seaway: A New Frontier For America."
58   3     Great Lakes Commission
           The Great Lakes News Letter. Vol. I No. 1-4,6., Vol. II 1-6., Vol. III 3-6., Vol. IV No. 1-2, Vol. V
             1-4.
           "Report of Seaway and Navigation Committee to the Great Lakes Commission" Harry Brockel,
             Chair, November 9, 1959.
           "The Great Lakes 1957: Projects and Developments," statements presented to to the Great Lakes
             Commission at the Annual Meeting November 12-13, 1957.
           "Great Lakes Overseas Commerce", 1956.
           "Great Lakes Port Organization and Administration", proceedings of a symposium Sponsored by
             the Great Lakes Commission, November 10, 1958.
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         "Great Lakes Foreign Commerce 1957", report of the Great Lakes Commission.
     4   Great Lakes Harbors Association
         Great Lakes Outlook. Official Publication of the Great Lakes Harbors Association March 1959,
           Fall 1960.
     5   Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association
         "The Facts and the Argument: Sustaining the adverse report of the Special Board of Engineers in
           the matter of a ship canal across the State of New York."        Bulletin 37. December, 1927.
         "A Sea Base for the Marooned Continent: A Diplomatic, Engineering and Financial
           Undertaking/Duluth-Superior Gateway; The Inheritance and Responsibility of Two States" An
           address by Charles P. Craig, Executive Director of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater
           Association at the annual meeting of the Duluth Chamber of Commerce, October 16, 1928. 2
           copies.
         "How Does An `Objective Economist'?" A              Glimpse of the method of Deriving "The St.
           Lawrence Navigation and Power Project," by Dr. Harold G. Moulton, President, The Brookings
           Institute. Bulletin No. 42, September 1929.
         "Analyzing the Factors: Channels-Ships-Costs-Traffic on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Route:
           Observations on the further improvement of the bottle-neck in the Lakes-to-Ocean route, and of
           the ships and cargoes now moving through the St. Lawrence Channels on the hypothesis that
           whatever is, is feasible." John Stone Pardee. Bulletin No. 43, March 1930. 2 copies.
         "The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway: Potential Traffic," Bulletin N. 44, October, 1929.
         "Railways and the Seaway: It Must Be Both Railroads to the Sea and Searoad Into The Continent",
           Bulletin 46, October 1929.
58   5   "Dr. Moulton on the St. Lawrence Navigation and Power Project-A Review in Part" R.S.
           MacElwee, Bulletin No. 47. January, 1930.
         "The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway: Let's Finish the Job", Bulletin No. 49, December, 1931.
         " `The Seaway by '36': Eleven Governors Demand Speed for The St. Lawrence", Bulletin No. 50,
           January, 1932, 2 copies.
         "Waterway From the Great Lakes to the Hudson River: Letter from the Chief of Engineers, United
           States Army." Sixty-ninth Congress, Second Session, Committee on Rivers and Harbors, U.S.
           House of Representatives. Reprinted by The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association.
         "The Way to the Sea: Annual Report of the Executive Director, Great Lakes-St. Lawrence
           Tidewater Association for the fifteen months ending March 30, 1928."
         The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway News. published by the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence
           Tidewater Association. -April 25, 1931. -January 2, 1932.-February 27, 1932.-March 12, 1932.
     6   National Seaway Council
         "The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway: A Project of National Benefit To-day 90 per cent
           Complete", Text of Letter from President Franklin D. Roosevelt on Statement presented by the
           National Seaway Council at White House Conference, September 16, 1936.
         "Pointed Paragraphs from the St. Lawrence Seaway Conference", Excerpts from addresses
           delivered at the Detroit St. Lawrence Seaway and Ship Building Conference held at Detroit,
           Michigan, December 5 and 6, 1940.
         "The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project," Factsheet.
     7   National St. Lawrence Project Conference: A National Organization in Opposition
         "The TRUE Story About St. Lawrence Power." January, 1952. pamphlet.
         "The Current St. Lawrence Argument!" February 1954. flyer.
         "The Fantastic St. Lawrence Scheme," January, 1952. flyer.
58   8   University of Michigan
         "Iceway", Speech by L.K. Sillcox, First Vice President, The New York Air Brake Company, at
           University of Michigan on May 27, 1949. See Sillcox Series, CONTAINER #75, Folder 2.
         "Report of the Conference on the Upper Great Lakes", Great Lakes Research Institute, University
           of Michigan, Univ. of Michigan Biological Station, Douglas Lake--July 29-31,1953.
         "The Development of Upper Peninsula Port and Back-up Facilities to Benefit From the St.
           Lawrence Seaway", by John C. Beukema, at the Upper Peninsula Transportation Conference,
           held at Iron Mountain, Michigan, sponsored by University of Michigan, Friday, October 10,
           1958.
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59   1-10   BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON THE ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY AND POWER
              PROJECT
     1      Bibliographies
            "Selected Bibliography", no source given except `Mineral Deposits Branch', March 1955.
     2      Geologic Survey Reports
            "Geologic and Water-Supply Reports on New York", United States Department of Interior,
              Geologic Survey, January, 1954.
     3      Seaway: National Defense Arguments
            "The St. Lawrence Seaway: National Defense Aspects", Harry C. Brockel.Reprinted from U.S.
              Naval Institute Proceedings. May 1959.
     4      Library of Congress Report to Congressman Clarence Kilburn
            "The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Projects: With Special Reference to Their Potential
              Influence on Adjoining Areas", prepared at the request of Congressman Clarence Kilburn of New
              York, by J.R.Mahoney, Senior Specialist in Natural Resources and Warren W. Scott, Research
              Assistant. The Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service, October 3, 1954.
     5      Northern New York State Resources
            "Pleistocene Geology of the St. Lawrence Lowland", (A Report of Progress) Paul MacClintock,
              Temporary Geologist, Report of Investigation No. 10, August 1954, New York State Science
              Service, University of the State of New York.
            U.S. Department of Agriculture. Soil Survey of St. Lawrence County, New York, 1925.
     6      Northern New York Climate
            "Climate of the States: New York", Agricultural Yearbook Separate No. 1850, Reprinted from
              Department of Agriculture Yearbook, 1941. 9 pages.
            "New York No. 26: Total Precipitation" Climatic Summary of the United States-Supplement For
              1931 Through 1952. 65 pp.
            "Local Climatological Summary with comparative data, 1949, Canton, New York,"
                 compiled under the direction of Hobert E. Heyer, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1950.
            "Climatological Data: New York", Annual Summary 1953, U.S. Department of Commerce 1954.
              12 pages.
            "Climatic Summary of the United States: Section 80-Central New York. U.S. Department of
              Commerce. Reprinted in 1954. 33 pages.
     7      New York State Department of Commerce
            "Bibliography On The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Projects", N.Y.S. Dept. of Commerce. 2
              issues: May 1954, April 1955.
            "St. Lawrence Power and Seaway Projects", New York State Commerce Review, Vol. 8, No. 11,
              November 1954, 20 pp. 2 copies.
            "New York State Business Facts: Northern Area", N.Y.S Dept. Commerce, 1948, 11 pp.
            "New York State Business Facts: Northern Area", 1954 Suppl. N.Y.S. Dept. of Commerce, 20 pp.
            "Business Fact Book: Northern Area", N.Y.S. Dept. of Commerce, 1957, 40 pp.
            The New York State PLANNING NEWS. published by The New York State Federation of Official
              Planning Boards. Vol.18, No. 5, September 1954. 2 copies. Vol. 23, No. 1, January-February
              1959.Vol. 23, No. 3, May-June 1959.

59   8      Planning Efforts in St. Lawrence County
            Proposed Master Plan Program, Town of Potsdam, New York. October 1958. 4 mimeograph
              sheets.
            St. Lawrence Valley Association of Chambers of Commerce; special meeting at the Arlington
              Hotel, Potsdam, New York, February 26, 1954. To discuss area problems of the St. Lawrence
              Power and Seaway Project with particular reference to surveys of area facilities with
              representatives of interested agencies. 2 copies.
            "Take a Look!: Industrial Opportunities in New York's St. Lawrence Valley,..." 12 page brochure
              produced by Vermont Railway.
59   9      Planning in the Massena, New York area
            "Massena Master Plan: Report to the Town and Village of Massena, New York." Thomas
            W. Mackesey of Sargent, Webster, Creshaw and Folley, Consultants, 1958, 126 pp.
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           "There's a Future for YOU in Massena, New York, `The Aluminum City', Massena Chamber of
             Commerce. 60 pages.
           "Requirements for the Approval of Sub-Division Plans in the Village of Massena, New York."
             Massena Village Planning Commission. 23 pp.
           "Brief Massena Facts", Massena Chamber of Commerce, mimeograph, July, 1958, 3 pp.
           "Massena Facts", Chamber of Commerce, printed version, March, 1957.
           "Massena on The March!: 1956-57 Program of Work", Massena Chamber of Commerce, pamphlet.
               "Playdays in the Playland of St. Lawrence Valley", tourist literature.
     10    Other Background Information about the Massena, New York Area:
           Massena Alcoan 50th Anniversary Issue: 1952. Aluminum Company of America, Massena, New
             York, 1952, 40 pp.
           "Welcome to Massena: `The Aluminum City'" Massena Chamber of Commerce, 1950, pamphlet,
             15 pp.
           The Billion Dollar Story edited by Richard V. Peer, Leonard H. Prince, and Nick J Podgurski.
             March 1956, booklet. 56 pp. 2 copies.
           The Story of Massena: 1802-1852. Sesquicentennial Committee booklet edited by Leonard H.
             Prince, 1952, 57 pp.
           "Going to Canada? See the Seaway", includes map, 1959. tourist brochure.
           "Massena, NY: Seaway vacationland", Massena Chamber of Commerce, tourist brochure. no date.

60   1-9   Impact and Effects of the Seaway
     1     Crime Reports
           Crime Reports Uniform Crime Reports for the United States, Federal Bureau of Investigation,
             Annual Bulletin, 1953.
           Uniform Crime Reports for the United States, Federal Bureau of Investigation annual report, 1958.
     2     Economic Impact
           "Its BIG now, but the BEST is still to Come in Northern New York State: Watch It Grow With the
             St. Lawrence Seaway-Power Project", newspaper series by Alan Emory, 8 articles. From the
             Watertown Daily Times. no date or page numbers.
           "Economic Implications of the St. Lawrence Seaway", address by John C. Beukema, Annual
             Conference, New York State University Professors, Potsdam, N. Y., August 22, 1958. 8 pp.
           "Massena Economic Impact Data", 2 pp.
           "An Analysis of the Long Term Housing Market Potential In Franklin and St. Lawrence Counties,
             New York (The Massena, N.Y. Housing Market Area) As of April 15, 1955", Appendix A.
             Investigation and Analysis by Frank A. Mucha, Regional            Economist, Federal Housing
             Administration New York, New York. 9 pages.
     3     Port of Buffalo
           "Buffalo and Foreign Trade", prepared for Hon. John R. Pillion, by Howard S. Piquet and Harold
             T. Lamar, Senior Specialists Division, Legislative Reference Service, The Library of Congress,
             March, 1955.
60   4     Port of Chicago
           Press Release about Port of Chicago. Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, 1959.
           "Chronological List of Activities of the Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry in
             Connection with the Development of Waterways Serving Chicago." 2 copies.
           "Chicago Waterway History and Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry in Connection
             Therewith." 4 pages.
           "Historical Highlights of the Association's Activity in Behalf of Chicago's Development As a
             Water Transportation Center.", 6 pages.
           Chronology of Chicago Association's activities during the 1930's.
           "Chicagoland Panorama Map", published by The Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry.
           "Chicago's Destiny: World's Greatest Port", Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry. 6
             page booklet.
           "Chicago: Super-market for the World!", Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry.
60   5     Port of Cleveland
           Port of Cleveland: World Port Serving the Industrial Heart of America. Cleveland Seaway
             Committee of the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce. booklet. no page numbers. 2 copies.
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           "Statement Showing the Nature and Extent of the Area Which Will Be Served Through Cleveland
             Harbor and Utilizing the St. Lawrence Seaway, With Statistical Data On Past Estimates As To
             Future Traffic", The Cleveland Chamber of Commerce, December 13, 1956. 31 pp.
           "The World, the Seaway-Cleveland: A Series of Programs Saluting the Seaway Year", Cleveland
             Public Library, 959. pamphlet.
     6     Port of Oswego
           Port of Oswego: The Port of Central New York. 9 pages.
           Report on Port of Oswego, prepared by Fay, Spofford, and Thorndike, for The City of Oswego &
             Oswego Port Authority, 1956, 95 pp.
     7     Muskegon Chamber of Commerce
           "Port of Muskegon, Michigan", fact sheet, 2 pages.
           "Greater Muskegon, the Sea-Port of West Michigan", Gateway to World Trade!" brochure.
           "Report on The 1958 Shipping Season Port of Greater Muskegon, U.S.A.", Greater Muskegon
             Chamber of Commerce News, vol. 8 No. 8.
     8     Ohio
           Ohio's New Economic Frontiers, The Ohio Chamber of Commerce. excerpts from addresses at the
             61st Annual Meeting, Columbus, Ohio, October 27, 1954, "What the St. Lawrence Seaway Will
             Mean to Ohio" by Lewis Castle, Administrator, St. Lawrence Seaway Corporation, and "New
             Frontiers for Ohio's Dynamic Progress" by Clem D. Johnston, President, Chamber of Commerce
             of the United States.
     9     Wisconsin and The Seaway
           "Wisconsin and the Seaway", Marquette Business Memo, The College of Business Administration,
             Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Vol. 3 No. 4, July-August, 1955, pp. 2-4. 2 copies.
           "Milwaukee Harbor: The Most Progressive Port on The Great Lakes", booklet published by the
             Board of Harbor Commissioners, 1957, 36 pp.
           "Let us Help You Develop Your Overseas Markets", The Milwaukee Road (railroad), 1958.
             advertising brochure.
           Import and Export Maps, 1955-1958. Board of Harbor Commissioners, City of Milwaukee. 2 maps.
           "Port: Set for the Seaway", by Harry C. Brockel, Milwaukee Municipal Port Director, Let's See,
             March 7, 1958, pp. 36-7.
           "The St. Lawrence Seaway: Its Impact on Wisconsin Industry and Commerce", by Harry C.
             Brockel, Municipal Port Director Milawaukee Board of Harbor Commissioners, 4 pp.
60   9     "The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project: Benefits Expected From Economic Development,
             by Harry C. Brockel, Municipal Port Director, Port of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Reprinted from
             The Dock and Harbor Authority, April 1955, 2 copies.
           Wisconsin Ports. booklet. State of Wisconsin Division of Industrial and Port Development. 36 pp.
             1959.
           "Facts About Duluth, Minnesota", Issued by the Duluth Chamber of Commerce. undated. 10 pp.
             promotional brochure.

61   1-8   Miscellaneous
     1     Power rate cards.
     2     Centennial Observance Program. Louisville Landing Community Church. Sunday, August 29,
             1954.
     3     promotional brochures: The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project.
     4     Ink Drawing of the International Section of the St. Lawrence River between Ogdensburg and
             Massena.
     5     Correspondence-Letters to Carleton Mabee
           John G. Broughton, [State Geologist, State Geological Survey] to CM t.l.s. April 11, 1955.
           George E. Haynes [Bureau of Planning, New York State Department of Commerce] to C.M. t.l.s.
             September 3, 1959.
           Norma Johnston [Redpath Library, McGill University, Montreal] to C.M. t.l.s. September 9, 1958.
           Gordon W. Cowan [editor of Greater Minneapolis] to C.M. t.l.s. April 2, 1957.
           Arthur A. Baker [Administrative Geologist, U.S. Department of the Interior Geological Survey] to
             C.M. t.l.s. and carbon copy. April 20, 1955. 2 pp. 2 copies.
           Frank A. Mucha [Zone Economist, Federal Housing Administration] to C.M. t.l.s. Sept. 7, 1955.
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            Thomas J. Sinclair, [Manager, School and College Service, Association of American Railroads] to
              C.M. t.l.s. March 1, 1956.
            Silas C. Carpenter [Chief Engineer, State of Vermont, Public Service Commission] to C.M. t.l.s.
              September 16,1959, 2 pages.
     6      Invitations for bids
            Project: Robinson Bay Lock Excavation and Construction of Dikes 3A and 4A, St. Lawrence
              Seaway, St. Lawrence River. Addendum No. 1. January 14, 1955.
            Project: Robinson Bay Lock Excavation and Construction of Dikes 3A and 4A, St. Lawrence
              Seaway, St. Lawrence River. Addendum No. 2. 19 January 1955.
            Project: Grass River Lock Excavation and Construction of Dike 8A, St. Lawrence Seaway, St.
              Lawrence River. Addendum No.2 15 March 1955.
            Project: Grass River Lock Excavation and          Construction of Dike 8A, St. Lawrence Seaway,
              St. Lawrence River. Addendum No. 3. 18 March 1955.
     7      Consultant Summary Sheet
            Summary of Equipment; Excavation Quantities; Concrete Quantities, 4 pages. Summary power
              project.
     8      Hydro-electric Power
            "St. Lawrence Power, Summary of Distribution [to Utilities] in the State of Vermont, as of January
              1, 1959." chart.
            "Typical Bills for Private, Municipal, and Cooperative Electric Utilities in Vermont. September 15,
              1959." chart.
            Additional speeches
            "Questions Concerning the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project", Extension of Remarks of
              Hon. Homer Ferguson of Michigan, in the United States Senate, June 23, 1944. See
              CONTAINER # 75 FOLDER # 3.

62   1-11   Seaway Development Corporation- The U. S. agency responsible for the construction and
              operation of the Seaway.
     1      Seaway Bibliographies
            issued periodically by the Seaway Development Corporation between August 1, 1955 and August
              28, 1959.
62   2      Articles
            "St. Lawrence Seaway-Fact and Future", An article prepared for publication in the 1959 Interstate
              Port Handbook by M. W. Oettershagen, Deputy Administrator, St. Lawrence Seaway
              Development Corporation, May 5, 1959.
     3      United States Tolls Committee
            Report of the United States Tolls Committee to the St. Lawrence Seaway Development
              Corporation. June 12, 1958. 25 pages.
            Conference Proceedings on The Method of Assessing and Collecting Tolls and Other Subjects, The
              United States Tolls Committee of The St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.
              Washington, D.C., September 9, 1957 and Chicago, Illinois, September 11, 1957. 175 pages.
     4      Speeches and Addresses
            "The Seaway is Dynamic", address by Lewis G. Castle, Administrator, Seaway Development
              Corporation, before the World Trade Committee, Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, January
              24, 1955.
            "Chicago, One of America's Heartland Gateways". address by Lewis G. Castle, Administrator,
              Seaway Development Corporation, before the Executive's Club of Chicago, Illinois, February 4,
              1955.
            "Beyond the Heartland--The Treasureland", address by Lewis G. Castle, Administrator -Seaway
              Development Corporation, before the Northwest World Trade Council, Minnesota Economics
              Club, International Trade Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 13, 1955.
            "Unfolding of the Great St. Lawrence Project--Status and Indicated Benefits", address by R. F.
              Stellar, Engineer, Seaway Development Corporation, before Phi Beta Kappa Society,
              Washington, D.C., December 8, 1955.
            "Report on the St. Lawrence Seaway", address by Lewis G. Castle, Administrator, Seaway
              Development Corporation, before the Economic Club of Pittsburgh, March 12, 1957.
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          "The St. Lawrence Seaway and Its Foreign Trade Implications", address by Lewis G. Castle,
            Administrator, Seaway Development Corporation, before the International Trade Conference,
            Pittsburgh, Pa. March 13, 1957.
          "My Vision of the Future of the North Country", address by Edward R. Place, Chief, Office of
            Information, Seaway Development Corporation, before the Economic Education Workshop and
            North Country Economic Education Council, Plattsburgh, NY, July 21, 1958.
          "A Review of the Construction and Operation of the St. Lawrence Seaway Project", address by
            Edward R. Place, Information Officer, Seaway Development Corporation, before New London
            Section, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New London, Connecticut, January 16,
            1959.
          "Some Benefits of the Seaway to Grain Shippers", by E. Reece Harrill, Assistant Administrator,
            Seaway Development Corporation, before the Minneapolis Grain Shippers Association,
            Minneapolis, Minn. March 24, 1959.
          "Benefits to Midwestern Agriculture by Opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway", address by Willis
            H. Crosswhite, Traffic Services Officer, Seaway Development Corporation, 31st Annual
            Meeting, American Institute of Cooperation, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana. August 12, 1959.
          "Some Legal Aspects of the St. Lawrence Seaway", address of Harry C. Shriver, General Counsel,
            Seaway Development Corp. before Insurance, Negligence, and Compensation Law Section,
            American Bar Association, Miami Beach, Florida, August 24, 1959.
          "The Decade Ahead", by Lewis G. Castle, Administrator, Seaway Development Corporation,
            January 4, 1960.
     5    Seaway Construction Specifications
          Specifications For Robinson Bay Lock Excavation and Construction of Dikes 3A and 4A, St.
            Lawrence Seaway , St. Lawrence River.
          Specifications For Grass River Lock Excavation and Construction of Dike 8A St. Lawrence
            Seaway, St. Lawrence River.

          Press Releases
     6    Seaway Development Corporation: Press releases, 1954-55. bound, soft cover.
62   7       Seaway Development Corporation: Press Releases, 1956. bound, soft cover.
62   8       Seaway Development Corporation: Press Releases, 1956. duplicates.
     9    Seaway Development Corporation: Press Releases, 1957.
     10   Seaway Development Corporation: Press Releases, 1958.
     11   Seaway Development Corporation: Press Releases, 1959.

63   1    Power Authority of the State of New York
          Opinion No. 255 on Project No. 2000 in the matter of Power Authority of the State of New York
            before the Federal Power Commission. Adopted July 10, 1953.
          List of Contractors on St. Lawrence Power and Seaway Projects. February 1, 1956.
          Power Authority Act. Originally Enacted as Chapter 772, Laws of New York, 1931,
          Approved April 27, 1931. As Amended by the 1951 Legislature. Also contains amendments by
            the 1954 and 1955 Legislatures.
          Proposed St. Lawrence Contract. S-1: The Sale, Transmission, and Distribution of Power to
            Aluminum Company of America. 1955.
          "How to See St. Lawrence and Seaway Projects 1956", brochure, co-sponsored by Power Authority
            of the State of New York and the Seaway Development Corporation.
          "St. Lawrence Power Pool: July 1, 1958", co-produced by the Hydro-electric Commission of
            Ontario and the Power Authority of the State of New York.
          "St. Lawrence Power and Park". tourist information and brochure describing Massena facilities, no
            date.
63   2    Correspondence
          Robert Moses, Chairman, Power Authority of the State of New York, September 1, 1955 to Lewis
            G. Castle, Administrator, Seaway Development Corporation, copy of t.l.
          Robert Moses. Chairman, Power Authority of the State of New York. July 11, 1956 to Lewis G.
            Castle, Administrator, Seaway Development Corporation, copy of t. l.
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            Robert Moses, Chairman, Power Authority of the State of New York, July 20, 1956 to Dr. Richard
              L. Hearn, Chairman, Ontario-Hydro, copy of t.l. Several pages. Includes copy of Power
              Authority's press release opposing Rooseveltown         Bridge.
            Robert Moses, Chairman, Power Authority of the State of New York, July 27, 1956 to Lewis G.
              Castle, Administrator, Seaway Development Corporation, copy of t.l.
            Henry B. Taliaferro, Director of Power Utilization, Power Authority of the State of New York.
              August 24, 1956 to William G. Van Note, President, Clarkson College, Potsdam, New York, t.l.s.
64          St. Lawrence Power Project: Construction Progress. The Power Authority of the State of New
              York and The Hydro-electric Power Commission of Ontario. Monthly Publication: August 1955-
              August 1958, inclusive.
65          Niagara-St. Lawrence Power Projects: Construction Progress. The Power Authority of the State
              of New York. Monthly publication: September 1958-September 1959, November 1959-May
              1960.
            Niagara Power Project: Construction Progress. The Power Authority of the State of New York.
              Monthly publication: July, August 1958; June 1960-May 1961.
            Niagara: Power and Park Development. The New York State Power Authority. December 1954.
66          Special and Annual Reports
            St. Lawrence Power. Issued by New York State Power Authority. August 10, 1954. 2 copies.
            Atomic Energy. The New York Power Authority Report on the Relationship of Nuclear Power to
              the St. Lawrence Power Project. no date.
66   Land Acquisition on The American Side For The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Projects. Power
              Authority of the State of New York. July 1955.
            St. Lawrence Reforestation, Parks, and Recreation. The Power Authority of the State of New York,
              December 1955. 2 copies.
            Power Marketing. The Power Authority of The State of New York, February 1, 1957. 2 copies.
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        D. THE CANADIAN MATERIALS SUBSERIES (Additional Clippings, Articles, and Periodicals
            Containing related articles.)

 67   1 Articles
          "A Sea Landing in Toronto", For the Second Time in a Century a Royal Visitor is Arriving by
           Harbor..., by Betty Lee. The Globe Magazine. May 30, 1959, 2 pages.
          "The Highway From the Sea", Clark Davey, The Globe Magazine. July 20, 1957, pp.16-19.
          "The Aristocrats of the River", Robert Duffy. The Globe Magazine, June 1, 1957, pp. 18-20.
          "Oswego's Bold Plans For Its Water Front", Arthur Brydon, The Globe Magazine November 23, 1957,
           pp. 10-11.
          "Town and His Country: The realm of Power and the River", Pearl McCarthy, The Globe Magazine,
           October 25, 1958. 2 pages
          "They're Trying to End the Dictatorship of Ice", William French, The Globe Magazine, February 22,
           1958, pp. 9-11.
          "Cornwall Area Humming With Seaway, Hydro Construction", Story and Photos by A. Mullin.
           Engineering and Contract Record, August, 1955. 6 pages.
          "We Need Continued American Partnership in the Development of Canada", editorial. Roads and
           Engineering Construction, July, 1956, p. 35.
          "Cornwall Firm Expands Sand And Gravel Output", Engineering and Contract Record, October,
           1956, pp. 80-83.
          "Tremendous Year's Achievement in St. Lawrence Cornwall Area", by Francis J. Reilly, Associate
           Editor, Engineering and Contract Record, September, 1956. pp. 95-99.
          "R. Lowery On Water Transportation", R. Lowery. Canadian Transportation, May, 1956, pp. 295-
           305
          "Chevrier Announces Development Plans For Soulanges Section of the Seaway", Contract Record
           Reports. Engineering and Contract Record, January, 1956, p. 70.
          "They're Ready to Fight Foreign Tonnage", by Arthur Brydon. The Globe Magazine, December 7,
           1957, pp. 16-18.
          "The Mounting War Between Gas and Electricity", Ralph Hyman. The Globe Magazine, October 18,
           1958. pp. 9-11.
          "The Harbor Gets Ready for the Rush", Toronto Harbor and the Seaway. pictorial. The Globe
           Magazine, October 4, 1958, pp. 9-11.
          "Manitoba and the Seaway", by Dr. Harold Mayer, Manitoba Industry and Commerce Bulletin,
           published by the Department of Industry and Commerce, Vol. 7, No. 6, September, 1955, pp. 9-14.
67    2 Periodical Articles
          "The St. Lawrence Seaway", Monthly Review The Bank of Nova Scotia, New Series, No. 74, Toronto,
           July-August 1952. 4 pages.
          "The Port of Toronto: Gateway to World Trade", Trade Development Department, The Toronto
           Harbour Commission, Board of Trade Journal, August 1955, pp. 6-9.
          "Toronto Harbour", V.M. Roberts, Canadian Geographical Journal, August 1937, 17 pp.
          "Kingston, Strategic Seaway Port, Combines Commerce and Culture; Brings Colorful Past to Life in
           City of Universal Appeal", The Distributor, November 1954, pp. 26-33, pp. 40-44.
          "Gananoque, Thousand Islands Gateway, Bids Traveller Halt, Look Around!", The Distributor,
           November 1954, 4 pages.
        "The St. Lawrence Seaway-An Investment in Canada's Future", Commercial Letter, The Canadian Bank
           of Commerce, Toronto, 7 pp.
67    2 The following 5 articles appear in The Canadian Mining and Metallurgical Bulletin, Vol. 50, June
           1957:
          "The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project: Channel Excavation" by Lionel Peckover, p. 334-338.
          "Overburden and Rock Excavation", by E.A.Buie, pp. 339-341.
          "The Power Project", by W.M. Hogg, pp. 342-351.
          "Geology and Foundation Treatment", by W.M. Duncan, pp. 352-358.
          "Economics", by Charles Gavsie, pp.359-361.
          "Building the Big Ditch", paintings and drawings by John S. Walsh. The Texaco Star, Spring 1958,
           pp. 18-23.
67    3 CANADIAN GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS
                                                                                                 18
         "Electricity Bills For Domestic, Commercial and Small Power Service 58", Dominion Bureau of
           Statistics, June, 1959, 15 pages.
         "The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project", Reprinted from External Affairs. Department of
           External Affairs, Ottawa Canada, November 1954, 15 pages.
       St. Lawrence Waterway Project: Canadian Government Document, 1928. contains following 3
           articles:
         "Correspondence between the Governments of Canada and the United States, 927-28"
         "Report of the Canadian Advisory Committee, January, 1928, and observations thereupon by certain
           of its members."
         "Orders in Council referring to the Supreme Court of Canada certain questions as to water power
           rights of the Dominion and the Provinces"
         Proceedings of the Special Committee Appointed to Inquire into the Development and Improvement
           of the St. Lawrence River. The Senate of Canada.
         Correspondence and Documents relating to St. Lawrence Deep Waterway Treaty 1932, Niagara
           Convention 1929, and Ogoki river and Kenogami River (Long Lake) Projects and export of Electrical
           Power. 1928.
67   4   Additional clippings (7)


68   1-12   ONTARIO-HYDRO

     1      Speeches by James S. Duncan, Chairman, Ontario Hydro
            "Changing Times", an address by James S. Duncan, Chairman, Ontario Hydro, before the Eastern
             Ontario Municipal Electric Association, September 4, 1958.
            "The Committee on The Organization of Government in Ontario", presentation by James S. Duncan,
             Chairman, Ontario Hydro, November 18, 1958.
            "Prospects For Power", address by James S. Duncan, Chairman, Ontario-Hydro before The Electric
             Club of Toronto, February 11, 1959.
            "The Answer is Self-Discipline", address by James S. Duncan, Chairman, Ontario-Hydro, before the
             Ontario Good Roads Association, February 25, 1959.
68   1      "Highway to the Inland Seas", address by James S. Duncan, Chairman, Ontario-Hydro before The
             Royal Canadian Geographical Society, March 12, 1959.
            "Partners in Progress", address by James S. Duncan, Chairman, Ontario-Hydro, before The Canadian
             Electrical Manufacturers' Association, October 1, 1959.
     2      Speeches by Other Individuals Affiliated With Ontario Hydro
            "Costing Methods, Past and Present", address by Keith Coleman, Director of Accounting, Ontario-
             Hydro, before The Ontario Municipal Electric Association, March 3, 1958.
            "Reports of the Chairman, the General Manager, and the Chief Engineer of the Hydro-Electric Power
             Commission of Ontario, before the combined meeting of The Ontario Municipal Electric Association
             and The A.M.E.U., February 28, 1955.
            Notes with reference to a speech prepared and delivered by the Hon. Robert W. Macaulay, Vice-
             Chairman of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario in the Legislature, March 9, 1959.
            Typescript of an address given to a joint meeting of the Kemptville Board of Trade The Rotary Club
             by Hon. George Challies, First Vice-Chairman, The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario,
             February 18, 1955.
            "Hydro and the St. Lawrence", address by Thomas H. Hogg, Chairman and Chief Engineer, The
             Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, before The Empire Club of Canada, April 11, 1940
68   3      "St. Lawrence Power Project: Monthly Accident Summary" June 1958.
     4        Ontario Hydro; Power Rates and Costs 1954, 1959.
     5      Ontario Hydro and the St. Lawrence Power Project
            St. Lawrence Power Project. album. One hundred selected photographs, 1954-1959.
68   5      "Proposals For Rehabilitation of Communities Affected By St. Lawrence Power Project", joint
             statement by Robert H. Saunders, Chairman, Ontario Hydro, and William K. Warrender, Minister of
             Planning & Development, Province of Ontario. printed in newspaper format. August, 1954.
            "Parks, Recreation, Planned Municipalities", Administered by Ontario-St. Lawrence Parks
             Commission. booklet. May, 1955? 2 copies.
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          "St. Lawrence Power Project", Ontario-Hydro. no date. public information pamphlet. 2 copies
          "St. Lawrence Power Project", 50th Anniversary version. Ontario Hydro, 1956, 3 copies; 2 green, 1
           brown.
          "Ontario Hydro's St. Lawrence Power Project Mural", The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of
           Ontario. no date. brochure.
          Also Included - “Ontario Hydro’s Robert H. Saunders - Saint Lawrence Generating Station.” Ontario
           Hydro. no date. brochure
68   6    Rural Electrical Service
          "Rural Electrical Service in Ontario 1946: Progress Report and New Rate Structure." The Hydro-
           Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 1946, 24 pages.
          Rural Lines. newsletter published by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. Vol. 1 No. 3,
           1948.
          "Hydro Goes to Work on the Farm", The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. no date.
           pamphlet.
     7    "Hydro Golden Jubilee". special issue. Ontario Hydro News. 1956. 40 pages.
     8    Other Ontario Hydro Power Projects
          "Decew Falls-1947", The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 1947. brochure.
          "Decew Falls, as developed by the Hydro-electric Power Commission of Ontario." The Hydro-Electric
           Power Commission of Ontario, 1943. booklet.
          "Niagara: Its Beauty And Its Power", The Hydro-Electric Commission of Ontario. 24 pages.
     8    "Hydro Power Developments", [about Des Joachims and Stewartville on the Ottawa River.] Ontario-
           Hydro. 12 pages.
     9    Water Power
          "Electric Power Supply in Strategic Ontario: Canada's Field of Opportunity", Ontario-Hydro, 32
           pages.
          "Harnessing Horsepower" Ontario-Hydro. 56 pages. no date.
     10   Annual Reports
          Hydro 1946. A brief review of the accomplishments of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission during
           the year 1946. 28 pp.
          Hydro 1947. A brief review of the activities of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario
           during the year 1947. 18 pp.
          Your Hydro Chairman Reports. by Robert Saunders. annual report. March, 1954. 84 pages.
68   11   Assorted Reports
          A Five Year Post-War Plan to Extend Hydro Rural Service. The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of
           Ontario. 32 pages. no date.
          The Organization of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. Ontario Hydro, 1948, 14
           pages.
          Summary of the Reports of the Commission's Consultants Concerning the Problems of Frequency
           Standardization in The Southern Ontario System. presented to the joint convention of the O.M.E.A.
           and A.M.E.U. The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 1948, 14 pages.
          Brief to the Committee on The Organization of Government in Ontario. As presented by James S.
           Duncan, Chairman The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, November 18, 1958. 76
           pages.
68   12   The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario: Its Origin, Administration and Achievements.
           Toronto, 1928. 2 copies; 1 hardbound copy, 1 soft bound copy.
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69   1-7     Ontario Hydro - Press Releases

     1     1955
     2     1956
     3     1956 - Golden Anniversary Exhibit at the Canadian National Exhibition
     4     1957
     5     1958
     6     1959
     7     No date - Special article. "Ontario Hydro and Municipalities: Partners in Province's Progress.” For
            use in National Electrical Week Newspaper Supplements release, during National Electrical Week,
            February 8-14.
           St. Lawrence Power Project: Construction Progress (Monthly publication issued jointly by the
            Power Authority of the State of New York and the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario.
            August 1955-August 1958 inclusive. See Container # 64.)

70   1-6    CANADIAN GOVERMENTAL AGENCIES AND COMMISSIONS WITH A ROLE IN THE
           CONSTRUCTION OF THE ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY AND POWER PROJECT

           Construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project
70   1     The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority [The Canadian Agency responsible for the construction of the
            shipping channel for the Seaway]
           "The St. Lawrence Seaway: An Outline", The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority, Ottawa, April 1, 1958,
            pp. 1-12. 2 copies.
           The St. Lawrence Seaway. The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority. 1955, A series of maps of the
            Seaway. 16 pages plus maps.
           "The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project", Reproduced from External Affairs through the
            courtesy of the Department of External Affairs, Ottawa, Canada by The St. Lawrence Seaway
            Authority, 1954, 16 pages.
           "Progress Review: December 1956", The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority, 1956, 10 pages.
           "Background of The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Projects", 6 pages. reprint of Reference Paper
            #40 - Information Division, Department of External Affairs, Ottawa. by the St. Lawrence Seaway
            Authority.
           "A Tour of the St. Lawrence Seaway", The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority, possibly a press release,
            7 pages.
           "Features of the Tour", The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority, 11 pages, no date.
           Press Release No. 213. November 18, 1959 The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority.
           Press Release No. 214. November 20, 1959. The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority, 3 pages.
           Press Release No. 215. December 3, 1959. The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority. 2 pp.
           "Fact Sheet: Final Test of Iroquois Lock", November 22, 1957, The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority.
           Press Release: regarding Iroquois Lock, September 25, 1956, The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority.
           Annual Report: For The Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1954. The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority.
            2 copies.
           Annual Report: For The Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1955. The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority.
            2 copies.
           Annual Report: For The Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1956. The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority.
           Annual Report: For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1957. The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority.
70   2     Addresses by Hon. Lionel Chevrier: English, Head of the St. Lawrence Seaway Authority.
           Delivered Before the Edmonton Canadian Club, September 6, 1955.
           To the Baltic and International Maritime Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 20, 1955. 2 copies.
           Before The Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Montreal, February 22, 1956.
70   2     As President before the Cornwall Board of Trade, September 20, 1956. 2 copies.
           As Minister of Transport, before The Canadian Association of Real Estate Boards, October 6, 1952.
             As President before The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, May 4, 1956.
     3     Addresses by Lionel Chevrier: French Language
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            Discours Prononcé Par L'Honorable Lionel Chevrier, Devant La Chambre De Commerce De Lachine,
             le 28 Juin, 1956.
     4      Ontario-St. Lawrence Development Commission
            "Dawn of A New Day", [Canadian Parks and Historical memorials in the St. Lawrence Seaway
             Valley] 1957. Information Bulletin.
            "Ontario Parks-Bay of Quinte, St. Lawrence Valley", Ontario-St. Lawrence Development
             Commission. brochure. [Missing]
     5      Eastern Ontario Development Association
            "Industry Grows in Eastern Ontario: The Heart of Canada's Multi-billion Dollar Market", promotional
             literature.
70   6        The Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission
            "Beauharnois", The Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission. bi-lingual. no date. brochure, 2 copies.
            "Bersimis I", The Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission, bilingual. Information booklet. December,
             1956.
            Beauharnois. The Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission. bi-lingual. 1951. annual report. [2 copies]
            1958 Annual Report. The Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission. bi-lingual. 1958. 75 pages.
            Electricity rate cards and information. The Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission.

71   1-13   CANADIAN MATERIALS ON THE BACKGROUND AND IMPACT OF THE ST. LAWRENCE
             SEAWAY PROJECT

71   1      A Selected Bibliography On (the) Seaway. [includes newspaper and magazine articles
              as well as books.] 1 page.
     2      "History of the Great Waterways Union of Canada: Organized at Kitchener, Ontario 11 January,
             1912." Compiled from Official Sources. Public Archives Department of Canada, 1921. 22 pages.
     3      List of Planning Areas Within The St. Lawrence Area. November 17, 1959. 1 page.
     4      Planning in the Province of Ontario
            The St. Lawrence Area Transportation. Ontario Department of Planning and Development,
             Community Planning Branch, December, 1959 Preliminary Report (revised).52 pages.
            Ontario Planning. May, 1959 - Vol. 6 No. 5. 14 pages.
            "Helping Ontario Plan", Department of Planning and Development, August, 1959.
            The Planning Act, 1955. Statutes of Ontario, 1955 Chapter 61. Department of Planning and
             Development, May 15, 1959, 22 pages.
     5      "Factors in the Rehabilitation of the St. Lawrence Communities Partly or Wholly Inundated in the
             Development For Power and Navigation of the International Rapids Section of the St. Lawrence
             River", Nor man White, for the Panel on St. Lawrence Regional Planning, 1943, 57 pages.
     6      Impact of the St. Lawrence Seaway on the Montreal Area
            City of Westmount Annual Report 1958. An Account of Department Activities, Cost and Operation
             of Municipal Services during the year 1958. 44 pages.
            "Les Effets De La Canalisation Du Saint-Laurent Sur La Region De Montreal. Conference prononcee
             par C.E. Campeau, Directeur du Service Urbanisme de la Cite de Montreal, devant L'Association des
             Fabricants de Creme Glacee de la Province de Quebec, 9 Novembre 1955. 20p.
            "Montreal and The Seaway", address by George S. Mooney, Director of the St. Lawrence Municipal
             Bureau, to the Rotary Club of Montreal, October 18, 1955. 10 p.
            "The Seaway and the South Shore", address by George S. Mooney, Director, St. Lawrence Municipal
             Bureau, to the City Improvement League, November 9, 1955.          13 pages.
            "The St.-Lawrence Seaway and its Effects On the Physical Planning of the Montreal Region", lecture
             delivered by C.E. Campeau, Director of the Montreal City Planning Department before the Montreal
             Branch of The Engineering Institute of Canada on February 23, 1956.
71   6      "The Saint-Lawrence Seaway and Its Effects On the Montreal Region", lecture delivered by C.E.
             Campeau, Assistant Director of the Montreal City Planning Department, before The Canadian
             Progress Club of St.-Laurent, December 9, 1954.
            "The Saint-Lawrence Seaway And Its Effects On The Physical Planning of the Montreal Region",
             lecture delivered by C.E. Campeau, Assistant Director of the Montreal City Planning Department,
             before The Montreal Branch of The Engineering Institute of Canada, January 13, 1955.
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         "Effects Of The St. Lawrence Seaway Project On the Port of Montreal", Pierre Camu, Geographical
          Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Canada. 1953, 23 pages.
         "The Economic Impact of The St. Lawrence Seaway On the Montreal Area", paper presented by
          George S. Mooney before The Engineering Institute of Canada, January 13, 1955. 24 pages, 2 copies.
71   7   Speeches About The Seaway
         "Economics of the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project", address by Charles Gavsie, before the
          Annual General Meeting of The Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, April 24, 1957, 9
          pages.
         "The Seaway And The Grain Trade", address by George S. Mooney to the Montreal Corn Exchange
          Association and the Canadian Feed Manufacturers Association, October 25, 1955.
         Address by J.C. Lessard, Vice-President, The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority to the Montreal
          Chamber of Commerce, February 11, 1958.
         "La Canalisation Du Saint-Laurent Et La Rive Sud", Conference prononcee par C.E. Campeau,
          President de la division du Quebec de l'Association Canadienne du Urbanisme, devant Le Congres
          Regional Des Chambres des la Region Richelieu-Lac Champlain, 8 Mai 1955.
         Effects: Canadian Ports
71   8 Port of Toronto
         "The Port of Toronto: The Development of a Major Port on the Lakes of Canada", E.L. Cousins.
          Reprinted from The Dock and Harbour Authority. (September, 1948).
         Port of Toronto News. Summer, 1954.
         Official Opening: Marine Freight Terminal No. 11, Port of Toronto. [Programe of activities. May 4,
          1955.
         Annual Report-1954. The Toronto Harbour Commissioners. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Port of
          Toronto. The Toronto Harbour Commissioners. no date. booklet.
71   9 Port of Montreal
         "A Message From the President", F.G.Ferrabee. Trade Currents. a publication of the Montreal Board
          of Trade, March 22, 1955.
         "The Port of Montreal", National Harbours Board. no date. brochure.
         "Survey On The Port of Montreal: 1931-32" excerpted from National Ports Survey: 1931-32, by Sir
          Alexander Gibb. Reprinted by St. Lawrence Muncicipal Bureau. 39 pages.
71   10 Port of Hamilton
         Port of Hamilton, Hamilton Harbour Commissioners. 1951. annual report.
        Comparable Tonnage Statement-1953 & 1954. Hamilton Harbour Commissioners. 1 page.
         Official Opening and Dedication: Harbour Administration Building. The Port of Hamilton, June 10,
          1955.
         "The Port of Hamilton and the St. Lawrence Seaway", typescript of an article written by Milford
          Smith of the Hamilton Spectator. April 4, 1955.
     11 Port of Kingston
         "Locate Your Industry in Kingston Ontario", Industrial Committee of the Kingston Chamber of
          Commerce in co-operation with the City of Kingston. 1955. brochure.
         The Port of Kingston: Past, Present, Future. condensed and revised from a series of articles written for
          the Kingston Whig-Standard by staff writer Robert Gardiner. edited and re-published by the Harbour
          Committee with permission. 1955. 12 pages.

71   12 Correspondence
            Cecil R. Belyea, Agricultural Economist, Ontario Federation of Agriculture, to C.M. t.l.s. April 2,
           1956.
            Alan Thomas, former resident of Morrisburg, to C.M. [concerning citizen involvement in the
           planning process for the Seaway.] March 7, 1956.
            Carleton Mabee to the Board Trade Huntington, Quebec. t.l.s. December 4, 1959.
            Montreal Board of Trade, to C.M. t.l.s. December 7, 1959.
        13 Postcards
          Halfmoon Bay
          St. Lawrence Power Project
     14 Maps
          "Map of Upper Canada Village", Canadian Homes. June, 1961.
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II. THE SILLCOX SERIES
72   1-12   A.CLIPPINGS AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES

72   1       Clippings: 1938
     2       Clippings: 1940
     3       Clippings: 1941
     4       Clippings: 1945
     5       Clippings: 1946
     6       Clippings: 1947
     7       Clippings: 1948
     8       Clippings: 1949
     9       Clippings: 1950
     10      Clippings: 1951

            Magazine Articles

     11      Articles: 1936
             "Are St. Lawrence Power Estimates Too High?", Theron M. Ripley, Civil Engineering, December
              1936, pp. 805-807.
     12      Articles: 1939
             The St. Lawrence Seaway, Edwin J.           Lebherz. Reprint of a series of articles published in the
              Buffalo Courier Express during December 1939. 2 copies.
             Address of Richard W. Lawrence at Thirtieth Annual Convention of The New York State Waterways
              Association, New York, October 20, 1939. October 1939 Bulletin, pp. 165-169.
     13      Articles: 1941
             "Should Industry Support the St. Lawrence Seaway Project?", debate in print. Modern Industry, April
              15, 1941. pp. 42-45. 2 copies.
             "St. Lawrence Waterway Would Be Prodigal Extravagance", Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen
              and Enginemen's Magazine, April 1941, pp. 214-215.
             "St. Lawrence Power-Waterway Agreements", Canadian Transportation, April 1941, pp. 213-214.
     14      Articles: 1945
             "The Post-War Merchant Marine", Traffic World, August 4, 1945, pp. 285-287.
     15      Articles: 1947
             "Steel: The Great Retreat", Marvin Barloon, Harper's Magazine, August 1947, pp. 145-155.
     16      Articles: 1948
             "The Iron We Need", Clarence B. Randall, The Atlantic Monthly, June 1948, pp. 60-64.
             "Present Status of Inland Waterway Systems And Operations Thereon Reviewed", Ronald
              Shadburne, Traffic World, October 30, 1948, pp. 60-63.
             "Steel Industry's Hope for A Big New Source of Iron", Business Week, September 11, 1948, pp. 41-
              56.
             "The St. Lawrence Waterway", J. G. G. Kerry. Reprint from The Shipping Register Shipbuilder,
              September 1948.
             "Windows of Washington", E.C. Kreutzberg, Steel, October 15, 1948, p. 68.
             "Who'll Crowd the Seaway's Channels?", Traffic World, February 21, 1948, pp. 537-39.
72   17      Articles: 1949
             "Power Developments in Ontario", Engineering, January 7, 1949.
             "Case Against St. Lawrence Deep Waterway", George R. Donovan, Canadian Transportation, April
              1949, pp. 223-224.
             "Quebec, North Shore and Labrador Railway Co.", Canadian Transportation, March 1949, pp. 119-
              120.
             "St. Lawrence Seaway Promises Cheap Power Plus Large Navigation and Defense Benefits", Frank
              P. Fifer, Civil Engineering, November 1949, pp. 17-20.
             "New England Steel Mill Hopes Get New Life", Iron Age, September 1, 1949.
72   17      "The Saint Lawrence `Duplicity' Project", Carroll B. Huntress, Commercial and Financial Chronicle,
              May 1949.
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           "Proposed Seaway is Threat to All of Us", Mr. Needham (?), source not known, April 1949.
           "Rail Employees and Public Warned St. Lawrence Seaway Project Cost Would Be Extravagant and
            Wasteful", Railroad Data, June 10, 1949.
           Letter to the Editor, The Engineering Journal. by J. G. G. Kerry, March 1949.
           Senate Majority Leader Lucas has gotten on the St. Lawrence Seaway bandwagon. newsbrief. The
            Iron Age. June 23, 1949, p. 96.
72   18   Articles: 1950
           "A Plan for the Development of the St. Lawrence (Lachine Section), F.S. Small, The Engineering
            Journal, August 1950. pp. 672-681.
           "St. Lawrence Seaway Seen as Harmful to Essential Industries and a Hazard to National Defense",
            Lacey Murrow, Civil Engineering, March 1950, pp. 24-28.
           "The St. Lawrence River", George Chailles, Canadian Transportation, March 1950. pp. 161-164.
           "Battle of the St. Lawrence", Freeman Lincoln, Fortune, December 1950, p. 84+.
     19   Articles: 1951
           The St. Lawrence Waterway. Discussion of the paper "The Saint Lawrence Waterway-An All-
            Canadian and Very Deep Route", by J. G. G. Kerry, The Engineering Journal, October 1951, pp.
            957-966.
           "The Saint Lawrence Waterway--An All-Canadian and Very Deep Route", J. G. G. Kerry, The
            Engineering Journal, June 1951, pp. 536-543.
           "The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway", J. G. McLean, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and
            Enginemen's Magazine, July 1951, 3 pages.
           "Our Waterways Policy Makes No Sense", by James A. Constantin, Railway Progress, January 1951,
            pp. 11-18, 42.
           "From Duluth to the Sea", The American Engineer, April 1951, pp. 6-9.
     20   Articles: 1952
           "The St. Lawrence Seaway Project", The Engineer, July 11, 1952, p. 53.
           "St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project--Canada Will Build It If She Has To", Kenneth Wilson,
            The Rotarian, January 1952, starts page 28.
           "Defense Makes it Urgent As a U.S.-Canada             Project", Stanley Woodward, The Rotarian,
            January 1952, p. 26.
           "Not Needed For Defense: Costs Would Be Excessive", Arthur H. Schwietert, The Rotarian, January
            1952, p. 27.
     21   Articles: 1953
           "Will We Leave Sidelines on Seaway?" Iron Age, 1953.
     22   Periodicals Containing Articles Relevant to the Seaway
           "The St. Lawrence Seaway--in Opposition", Paul Needham, North Country Life, Winter 1948, pp. 6-
            10. 2 copies.
           "Developing The St. Lawrence for Power and Navigation", V.T. Boughton, Engineering News-
            Record, May 22, 1941, pp. 66-80.
           The St. Lawrence Waterway and Power Project. Report of a Special Committee of the Rochester
            Chamber of Commerce, November 20, 1933.

73        B. SCRAPBOOKS
            Two scrapbooks, hardbound in NY Air Brake covers are a potpourri of articles, correspondence, and
             printed literature.

74   1-9 C. ORGANIZATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS INVOLVED WITH THE SEAWAY

          1     Association of American Railroads
              Weekly Bulletin. no. 552, 567, 604, 611, 694, 752, 755.
              "An Analysis of the Potential Traffic and Estimated Tolls Claimed for the Proposed St. Lawrence
               Seaway in Reports by the Department of Commerce" Association of American Railroads. June 23,
               1949.
              "An Analysis of Potential Traffic and Estimated Tolls Claimed for the Proposed Additional Channel
               in the St. Lawrence", June 23, 1950.
              "Appendix B: Iron Ore"
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          "Appendix C: Petroleum"
          Panel Discussion on "The St. Lawrence Waterway, Pro and Con", Remarks by Walter J. Kelly at
           Seventh Annual Convention, National Society of Professional Engineers, June 16, 1951.
          Memorandum by Walter J. Kelly for Board of Directors, Detroit Board of Commerce. December 7,
           1951.
          Copy to Special St. Lawrence List. The St. Lawrence Project. January 21, 1953.
          Copy to Special St. Lawrence List. The St. Lawrence Project.
          "The Saga of the St. Lawrence", Walter J. Kelly, Vice-President, Association of American Railroads,
           May 25, 1954.
74   2   Association of American Railroads
          The St. Lawrence Project. Association of American Railroads, 1946, 20 pages.
          "The Entering Wedge: Why American Participation in the Canadian St. Lawrence Waterway is
           Unnecessary--and Would Lead to Vastly Greater Future Expenditures by United States Taxpayers",
           Association of American Railroads, May 1953. 17 pages.
          The Great Delusion: Facts You Should Know About the Proposal to Build a so-called St. Lawrence
           Seaway. Association of American Railroads, October 1947, 31 pages, 2 copies.
          "St. Lawrence Waterway: Let's Stop This Billion Dollar Washout Before it Starts!" Association of
           American Railroads. pamphlet.
     3   The Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry
         The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project. Primarily an Analysis of the testimony
           presented before the Committee on Public Works of the House of Representatives, Eighty-Second
           Congress. by Arthur Schwietert and Leverett S. Lyon published by The Chicago Association of
           Commerce and Industry. August 1951, 100 pages, 2 copies.
     4   The Mississippi Valley Seaway Canal Assn.
          Report on Proposed Tidewater Seaway Canal at New Orleans. The Mississippi Valley               Seaway
           Canal Assn. 1942, 18+ pages.
74   5   The Montreal Board of Trade
          Report on the St. Lawrence Waterway Project. Henry Holgate and J.A. Jamieson. August 1929, 46
           pages.
         Ontario-Hydro
          "Parks, Recreation, Planned Municipalities", brochure. Ontario-St. Lawrence Project. See
           Container #68 Folder 5 of the Canadian Materials Subseries, of the Mabee Series for this item.
     6   National St. Lawrence Project Conference (A Nationwide Organization in Opposition)
          "A Project Outgrown", Walter Lippman, Washington Post. January 21, 1954. reprint.
          "Truman Asks Seaway As Economic Impetus", New York Times, September 16, 1950, reprinted
           with commentary by National St. Lawrence Project.
          "Is There A Case For St. Lawrence Power?", National St. Lawrence Project Conference, January
           1948, pamphlet. 20 pages. 2 copies.
          "On the Irresponsible talk of `Public Servants'", May 27, 1949, press release.
          "Memorandum from the National St. Lawrence Project Conference." pamphlet addresses what it
           sees as shortcomings in the December 1950 article in Fortune magazine. See Container #72, Folder
           #18 for this article, entitled "Battle of the St. Lawrence".
          "What is the Worth of A Government Report?", May 6. 1949. press release.
          press release. National St. Lawrence Project Conference, April 2, 1949.
          "The Mythical Power Shortage in New York                State", March 31, 1949, press release.
          "The Case Against the St. Lawrence Deep Waterways", transcript of talk by George R. Donovan, a
           Canadian. printed by the National St. Lawrence Project Conference.             March 22, 1949.
          [press release.] National St. Lawrence Project Conference, [disputes claims by Power Authority of
           the State of New York that the St. Lawrence power project will save millions of dollars per year.]
           February 28, 1949.
74   6    "From New Johnsonville to The St. Lawrence", National St. Lawrence Project Conference, February
           8, 1949. press release.
74   6    "The New England Power Situation", National St. Lawrence Project Conference. February 4, 1949.
           press release.
          [press release] National St. Lawrence Project Conference. February 2, 1949.
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         Statement issued by Carrol B. Huntress, Chairman, National St. Lawrence Project Conference.
          December 17, 1948 [discusses power concerns in New York State.]
         [press release], St. Lawrence Project Conference. no date.
         [press release], National St. Lawrence Project Conference. April 1948.
         "No-Because this Sentiment Will Prevail!" assembled and printed by the National St. Lawrence
          Project Conference. 1950-51. [A collection of national newspaper editorial opposition to the St.
          Lawrence Seaway and power project.}]
         press release] National St. Lawrence Project Conference. no date.
     7 Niagara-Mohawk Power Corporation
         Annual Report. Niagara Mohawk Power Corp               oration. 1954.
         Work Horse River", Niagara-Mohawk Power Corporation. [pamphlet about hydroelectric
          development of the Racquette River.]
     8   Power Authority of the State of New York "As a result of the destruction in 1956 of the
          Schoellkopf Power Plant...The Niagara Area is faced with an emergency". pamphlet on the Niagara
          Power Project. prepared for members of the House of Representatives by the Power Authority,
          1956.
         Listed below are several documents that were originally included in the Sillcox Series, but have been
          deleted because they have been previously listed with another part of the Seaway Collection. To
          find the materials listed below please look in the containers indicated:
         "Land Acquisition on the American Side for the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Projects."
          pamphlet. Power Authority of the State of New York. 1955. pamphlet. 9+ pages. See CONTAINER
          #66.
         "Recreation, Housing, Highways and Related Matters. St. Lawrence Power. Power Authority of the
          State of New York, December 1954, 7+ pages. See CONTAINER #77 FOLDER #11.
         "Niagara Power Park and Arterial Development", Power Authority of the State of New York,
          September 28, 1956, pamphlet. 20 pages. See CONTAINER #77 FOLDER #11.
         "Niagara Power and Park Development", New York State Power Authority, December 1954,
          pamphlet. 8 pages. See CONTAINER #66.
     9 Federal Documents and Publications
         Industry Report: Domestic Transportation, An Economic Appraisal of the St. Lawrence Seaway
          Project. Paul M. Zeis, Acting Chief, Transportation, Department of Commerce. 1947, 73 pages.
         "Statement of Walter P. Hedden, Director of Port Development for the Port of New York Authority.
          In opposition to the Navigational Features of the St. Lawrence Seaway before the Public Works
          Committee of the House of Representatives, April 24, 1951." 43 pages.
         Potential Traffic on the St. Lawrence Seaway. Department of Commerce, December 1948, 25 pages.
         "Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway Project: Minority Views", the Committee on Foreign Relations,
          U.S. Senate, 80th Congress, January 7, 1948. 45 pages, 2 copies.
         S.J. Res. 111. joint resolution. in the Senate of the United States, 80th Congress, April 21, 1947. 2
          copies.
         "Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway Project: Committee Report", the Committee on Foreign
          Relations, U.S. Senate, 80th Congress, January 7, 1948. 101 pages. See CONTAINER 88.
     10 Railroad Co-operative League of Michigan
         Bulletin of the Railroad Co-operative League of Michigan, Vol. 5, No. 7, February 15, 1945, 2
          copies.


75   1-6 D. SPEECHES, PHOTOS, AND MISCELLANEOUS

     1    The Billion Dollar Story. edited by Richard V. Peer, Leonard H. Prince and Nick J. Podgurski.
           March 1956, [about Massena and the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project.] 56 pages. See
           Container # 59 Folder # 10.
          "Iceway" Photos-showing an unidentified section of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Region
           frozen over in winter.
75   2    "Iceway", address presented at University of Michigan by Lester K. Sillcox, First Vice President,
           The New York Air Brake Company, May 27, 1949. 28 pages, 2 copies.
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           Other addresses, on a variety of subjects, by Mr. Sillcox form a separate collection, housed in Special
            Collections. MSS Collection # collections.
         3 Additional Speeches and Addresses.
           "Questions Concerning The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project", extension of Remarks of Hon.
            Homer Ferguson of Michigan, in the United States Senate, June 23, 1944. See CONTAINER #56
            FOLDER # 11.
             Address of Hon. William E. Wollard, President of the New York State Waterways Association,
            October 18-21, 1933.
           "St. Lawrence Waterway Project", address by Cornelius H. Callaghan, Manager of the Maritime
            Association of the Port of New York on the St. Lawrence Waterway              Project, November 18,
            1938.
           Address on the St. Lawrence Seaway Project. by Mayor William O'Dwyer of New York City, before
            the Commerce and Industry Association of New York, January 29, 1948.
     4   Maps
           "Proposed St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project/ Estimated Cost to the U.S. and Canada"
           "Proposed St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project"/ Channel Works and Estimated Cost Lake
            Ontario to Montreal"
           "Current Status of the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project"
           "Commercially Navigable Inland Waterways"
           "Labrador-Quebec Area Locating Territory of Iron Ore Exploration"
     5   Miscellaneous
           "The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project Committee" March 2, 1949", Memorandum covering
            Reports Prepared by Government Agencies for a Subcommittee of the Senate Foreign Relations
            Committee. 2 pages.
           "St. Lawrence Seaway Project", issuing group unknown, [summarizes numerous arguments against
            the Seaway--seems to have a pro-railway bias. 1948. 4 pages.
           "St. Lawrence Power Project", [different from previous paper: [discusses some of the arguments
            against the Seaway] 1948. 3 pages.
           "Federal Spending and the St. Lawrence Power Program", Alexander M. Beebee, President,
            Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation, 3 pages.
           "Seaway", source or issuing agency not identified. fact sheet, 2 pages.
           "Proposed St. Lawrence Seaway Project: Traffic and Effect on the New York Central", Data
            requested by Mr. H.W. Minot, Secretary to Senator Saltonstall, 1947, 4 pages.
           "St. Lawrence Power For New England?" 1947. 2 pages.
           "National Defense Aspects of the St. Lawrence Power Project", 1947. 2 pages. .
           "St. Lawrence Seaway Project", 1949, [anti-Seaway arguments.] 5 pages.
           "Electric Power Supply: Northeast Areas of the United States 1948 and 1951", 1949. graph.
           Dodson Weekly Bulletin. No. 1008. Bethlehem, Pa., March 19, 1951. 1 page.
           "St. Lawrence Seaway Project: Current Developments", January 1, 1949, 2 pages.
           "The St. Lawrence Project Affects YOU: A brief survey of this Uneconomic Proposal and the Effects
            Which It Would Have On New York State and Its residents." prepared by New York State
            Conference in Opposition to the St. Lawrence Project, pamphlet, 6 pages.
75   5     "Will Hydroelectric Power if Developed On the St. Lawrence River Be Transmitted to New
            England?" source and date unknown, position paper 13 pages.
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III. THE ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY SERIES
76   1-2 A. CLIPPINGS AND ARTICLES
     1    Assorted Clippings
     2    Periodicals containing articles related to the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project
          "The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Projects", Raymond F. Stellar, The Constructor, July, 1954,
            Reprint. 11 p.
          Water Resources Review. July, 1926. New York.
          The Bulletin. Lake Carriers' Association. September, 1956.
          "Cheaper Electricity", editorial. George lawyer. The Upstater. Vol. 2, No. 2, April, 1930. p. 9.
          "St. Lawrence Waterways", by Charles P. Craig, Executive Director, Great Lakes-St. Lawrence
            Tidewater Association. The Upstater. Vol. 2, No. 2, April, 1930, p. 11+.
          Seaway Digest. published by the Daily Standard Freeholder. Vol. III, No. 2, April, 1956.
          "St. Lawrence Power Development" by George Lawyer. The Upstater. Vol. I, No. 5, September,
            1929, p. 8+.

          The following newspaper articles were originally part of the Seaway collection. The articles
           themselves have been removed but are available in the Library on microfilm.

         WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES

     1    SEAWAY SECTION. Watertown Daily Times, May 10, 1954, 20 pp.
          "Ocean-going Vessels Already Sailing on River", p. 2.
          "Lakes Like Series of Gigantic Cups", Seaway Section, p. 2.
          "North to Prosper from Seaway-Power Project", p. 3.
          "Massena Project Boosts Area's Tourist Appeal", p. 4.
          "Car Trailer Will Aid in the Housing Shortage", p. 4.
          "River Lore is Enriched by Bateau", p. 4.
          "Seaway is Key Factor in Labrador Ore Venture", p. 6.
          "Scale Models of River Help in Project Planning", p. 7.
          "`Mr. Public Works' Head of Power Authority, p. 9.
          "Power Project's Concrete Equal to the Thruway's", p. 9.
          "North Dreamed of Seaway Project for 50 Years", p. 10.
          "Hall Corporation is Noted as St. Lawrence Carrier", p.10.
          "C.S.L. has Valuable Collection of Ship Models", p. 12.
          "River's Flow Northeasterly", p. 12.
          "Local Architects Gauge Project's Social Impact", p. 14.
          "Buffalo's Views Change", p. 14.
          "St. Lawrence Power Project Dooms Iroquois", p. 19.
     2   PROGRESS REPORT NO. 2. Watertown Daily Times, May 6, 1955, 20 pages.
          "220,000,000 Now Committed in Project Work", p. 2.
          "Work is Started on Seaway Project Proper" p. 3.
          "Kin of Seaway Official Originated `Whaleback' Vessel", p. 4.
          "House Construction Boom Likely With Seaway", p. 6.
          "Glossary of Construction Terms", p. 7. "Aluminum (Of All Items) is Scarcity at Massena", p. 7.
          "Boom Grows From Work at Massena", p. 8.
          "Gain in Watertown Business Held Likely", p. 9.
          "Massena is Something of Geological Curiosity", p. 12.
          "Seaway an Example of Man's Abilities to Conquer Nature", p. 13.
          "Hydro to Push Powerhouse Work this Year", p. 14.
          "Wide Assortment in Vessel's Cargo", p. 14.
          "Bricklayers' Aristocracy", p. 15.
          "New York City Unaware of Seaway Project", p. 16.
          "Digging Bids for Seaway All Received", p. 17.
          "Nuclear-Powered Craft will Transit Seaway", p.18.
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 "Everybody Figuring to Ride Gravy Boat on St. Lawrence: Tiny Hudson, O., is Aboard" p. 19.
 "Engineers Sweeps Now are On Way to Seaway", p. 19.
PROGRESS REPORT NO. 3. Watertown Daily Times, August 22, 1955, 32 pages:
 "Private Utilities to Get Project Power", p. 2.
 "Land Acquisition is Project Headache", p. 3.
 "Power-Seaway Construction Work Expanding", p. 4.
 "Temporary Bridge is Serving Project", p. 8.
 "All Seaway Digging Contracts Let", p. 8.
 "Geography Scrambled by Seaway Models",              p. 16.
 "5 Northern Firms Share in Power Project Work", p. 19.
 "Seaway Digging is Moving At Fast Clip", p. 20.
 "Canadians Will Build New Office", p. 23.
 "Seaway Site is Inspected by Chevrier", p. 23.
 "Land Taken For Seaway", p. 31.
PROGRESS REPORT NO. 4. Watertown Daily Times, November 14, 1955, 28 pages.
 "Preliminary Phase of Projects Nearly Finished", p. 2.
 "Flooding for Seaway to End Croil's Island Three-Century History", p. 4.
 "Excavators Will Defy Frigid Weather", p. 5.
 "Crushers to Furnish Job Aggregates", p. 5.
 "Glacial Till Holds Secret to Construction of Dikes on Seaway and Power Jobs", p. 6.
 "Excavation Payments Based on Close Checks", p. 8.
 "Iroquois Dam Holds Key to Water Level", p. 11.
 "Tracys Last to Abandon River Road", p. 12.
 "Northeast is Largest Supplier of Materials", p. 13.
 "Stack Markings Clue to Vessels on River", p. 14-15.
 "Well and Canal is Seen Major Factor in Plans for Greater Shipping", p. 16.
 "Venice-Like City Proposed Along Power Project Area", p. 18.
 "Seaway Head Makes Traffic Comparisons", p. 19.
 "Expensive Equipment Plays Vital Part in Twin River Development", p. 20.
 "New, 30 Bed Hospital Opened Near Cornwall", p. 21.
 "St. Lawrence Named After Early Martyr", p. 21.
 "Building of 1st Seaway Ships Sought", p. 24.
PROGRESS REPORT NO. 5. Watertown Daily Times, February 27, 1956, 24 pages.
 "Excellent Progress Noted on Seaway Jobs", p. 2.
 "Project Facilities Construction Awaited", p. 3.
 "Hamlet of Helena Seeks Its Share of Prosperity", p. 4.
 "Fridays Prove Rough Days on Iroquois Job", p. 5.
 "Specifications Given For Pipe-Laying Job", p. 6.
 "Intake Work to Assure Water Supply", p. 7.
 "Army's Soil Program Has Big Seaway Role", p. 8.
 "Big Contracts Show Scope of Power Job", p. 11.
 "Demand Great for Seaway Information", p. 12.
 "Cornwall Dike Job to Gain Momentum", p. 13.
 "Housing Area is Planned Near Seaway Building", p. 13.
 "Seismograph to Check Blasting Operations", p. 14.
 "Ways Found to Remove Spoil Material from Big Earth Movers", p. 14.
 "Agencies Preparing for Tourist Influx" p. 15.
   "Problems Today are Same as '99", p. 15.
 "Iroquois Dam Concrete Work Continues", p. 16.
 "Agencies Determined to Finish Jobs on Time", p. 17.
 "Housing and Traffic Problems Seen Acute in Massena Section", p. 18.
 "Hall Corporation to Add Two New Vessels to Fleet", p.18.
 "Ice Floes No Barrier to Ferries", p. 18.
 "Calling of Bids for Power Line Work Expected Soon", p. 19.
 "Pampered Soil is Handled Carefully", p. 19.
 "Concrete Pouring Set for American End of Powerhouse", p. 20.
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 "Relocation of Villages is Gigantic Task", p. 20.
   "One of North's Beauty Spots, Massena Weir Will Disappear", p. 23.
   "North Firms Receive Share of Contracts on St. Lawrence Project", p. 23.
 PROGRESS REPORT NO. 6. Watertown Daily Times, May 21, 1956, 16 pages.
   "Man--The Vital Element in Construction", p. 2.
   "Workers Find Mobile Home Ideal", p. 3.
   "River Projects Moving to Major Phases", p. 4.
   "Chain of Command Key to Job's Success, p. 7.
   "Woman Prefers Work on Construction Job; was Teacher 2 years", p. 9.
   "Nurse Likes Power Site Job", p. 9.
   "New York Via the St. Lawrence Moroccan's Aim", p. 12.
   "The Construction Stiff--A Peaceful Man", p. 13.
   "Woman Operates Mobile Food Stand for Workers", p. 14.
   "Firm Making Seaway Film", p. 14.
   "Uhl, Hall, Rich Engineers, for Many Projects", p. 14.
   "7,251 Work on Projects", p. 14.
   "250,000 Expected to Visit Sites", p. 14.
 SEAWAY SECTION. Watertown Daily Times. August 27, 1956, 12 pages.
 "They (tolls) Must Be High Enough to Meet Costs and Yet Low Enough to Stimulate Trade", p. 2.
 "One Year Makes Big Difference in Hydro's Half of Powerhouse", p. 3.
 "Hydro Makes Little One From Big Ones at Busy Quarry, Once a Pasture", p. 4.
 "Wives of Project Workers Make the Best of Trailer Living--and Some Even Like it", p. 5.
 "On-the-Job Radio Speeds Work on Seaway Channel", p. 6.
 "Construction of Cornwall Dike is Proceeding Apace", p. 7.
 "Relocation of Valley Residents Outpaces Seaway Construction", p. 9.
 "People Come to Look and Stay to Marvel", p. 10.
 "Bridge Found", p. 10.
PROGRESS REPORT NO. 8. Watertown Daily Times. November 12, 1956, 16 pages.
 "First Stage of Power Project Completed", p. 2.
 "Sections of First Turbine Now Arriving for Barnhart", p. 3.
 "Turtle Club is Rare Group", p. 3.
 "500,000 Persons Attracted to Projects Since January", p. 4.
 "End of Long Sault Rapids is Nearing", p. 5.
 "Population Hike Guess for Ogdensburg Varies", p. 5.
 "River Being Tailored to Fit New Look", p. 6.
 "No Winter Concrete Work is Planned on River Locks", p. 7.
 "Canal Traffic Now Handled by Dispatcher", p. 7.
 "All-Canada Seaway Key Issue in Talks", p. 8.
 "McGill Makes Study of Economic Impact of Seaway on Canada", p. 8
 "Flame and Oil Used to Bore Blasting Holes", p. 8.
 "Ship Line is Now Ready for Seaway", p. 9.
 "Fine Weather Aids Canadian Seaway Project", p. 10.
 "Relocated Railroad Line Will Be Opened Spring", p. 11.
 "Detroit Shipper Making Plans to Conquer Seas Via the Seaway", p. 12.
 "Work is Begun on Guide Wall", p. 13.
 "North Native, With Faith in Development's Future, Does Well in New Business", p. 14.
 "Area Telephone Service Along St. Lawrence Project Proves Major Undertaking", p. 15.
PROGRESS REPORT No. 9. Watertown Daily Times, April 29, 1957, 16 pages.
 "Concrete Holds Secrets of Projects'         Longevity", p. 2.
 "Project Boom Will Hit Peak This Summer", p. 3.
 "Elaborate Park is Due Near Morrisburg", p. 4.
 "Village Relocation Along Canadian Side of River in 2nd Year", p. 4.
 "Seaway Work Resumes After Winter Lay-off", p. 5.
 "Seaway Seen Boost to Lakes Shipyards", p. 6.
 Pictorial. pp. 8-9.
 "Rock in Long Sault Rapids Half Billion Years in Making", p. 10.
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    "Brockville to Reap Seaway's Benefits", p. 11.
    "Waddington Has New Look", p. 11.
    "Famed Dragline Has Left North", p. 11.
    "Veteran Newsman Heads Information Office at Cornwall", p. 12.
    "Engineers on Project Use Beaver-Building Technique", p. 12.
    "More Grouting To Help Seal of Underground Water Flow at Barnhart", p. 13.
    "Catholic University Plays Part in Seaway", p. 13.
    "4 New Lines to Ply River During 1957", p. 14.
    "Pipe, Air Bubble Seen Way to Keep Seaway Ice-free", p. 15.
    "Land Clearing Creates Confusion Among Birds", p. 15.
PROGRESS REPORT No. 10. Watertown DailyTimes, July 29, 1957, 12 pages.
    "Seaway-Power Project at Half-Way Mark", p. 2.
    "Employment Average is at 10,620 in June on Power Projects", p. 2.
    "Hundreds of Collegians Employed During Summer on St. Lawrence Project", p. 3.
    "Beach Will Aid Sports", p. 4.
    "14-Foot Shipping on Seaway Expected to Start July, 1958", p. 6.
    "Safety Record on Project `Model of Achievement'", p. 6.
    "Thousand Islands Area Notes Economic Gains as Result of Seaway", p. 7.
    "Five Towns Submerged", p. 7.
    "Heavy Eaters on Power Job", p. 7.
    "Park To Be Major North Attraction", by John Brior. p. 8.
    "Red Mills Hamlet Site of Early Power Project; Venture was a Failure", by Elizabeth Baxter. p. 9.
    "Toll Question Still Major Issue; Two Plans are Being Discussed", by Alan S. Emory. p. 11.
    "Work on Beach Due this Fall", p. 11.
   PROGRESS REPORT NO. 11. Watertown Daily Times, June 30, 1958, 28 pages.
    "Giant Project has Conquered St. Lawrence", p. 2.
    "Ogdensburg Holds 1st Letters of Seaway Area Grant in 1788", p. 4.
    "Canal Closing is Due Today", p. 5.
    "Project To End Use of Alcoa's Navy and Close Powerhouse", p. 6.
    "25,000 to View Flooding Phase at Cornwall Dike", p. 8.
    "Power Job Chief Sees New North Country Era", by Robert Moses, p. 9.
    "Drilling, Blasting and Dredging Job in Islands Area Progresses", by R. Gareth Service. p. 11.
    "Massena Cultural Community Activities Are Also `Booming' Under the Influence of Project", by
      James M. Hatch, p. 13.
    "Ogdensburg Still Awaits Boom", p. 16.
    "Scores of Dredges Dig Lakes-to-Sea Channel", by Nina Eleanor Dumas, p. 18.
    "Huge Blast to Mark Highlight of Power Pool Floodig Drama", p. 19.
    "Key to Locks", p. 19.
    "Big Tourist Influx Will Bring Boom", p. 20.
    "Gouvernor, Moses To See Blast", p. 21.
    "Jacques Cartier Span Raised 80 Feet Above Seaway in Tricky Feat", p. 21.
    "Eight Men of Corps Have Shared Seaway Responsibility Load", p. 23.
    "Barnhart Family First Settled on Island in 1804", p. 24.
    "Planner Sees Seaway Realized", p. 25.
    "Harnessing St. Lawrence Power an Epic Struggle on International Scale", p. 27.
      SEAWAY DEDICATION EDITION. Watertown Daily Times, June 23, 1959, 20 pages.
    "Heavy Shipping Traffic on New Seaway Two Months Open, Spur Expansion Plans", by John H.
     Brior. p. 2.
    "Jewels Help Queen Look the Part", by Jacqueline C. Burns. p. 4.
    "Royal Tour No Tourist's Delight, But Exhausting Trip, Spanning Continent", by Frank P. Augustine.
     p. 5.
    "Tourist Promotion Development is Slow But Orderly at Massena", p. 6.
    "American Locks Popular with Seaway's Skippers", p. 6.
    "Touring With Queen Elizabeth", p. 7.
    "Special TV Plans Made", p. 7.
    "Ogdensburg a Center of Early Barnhart Island Legal Battle", by Elizabeth Baxter, p. 9.
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 "Many Years & Many Treaties Form Background & History of Joint Seaway-Power Project", p. 12.
 "Welland Canal, Now Bottleneck, A Daring 19th Century Promotion", p. 13.
 "World's Shipping Brings Charm of Seas to Massena's Backyard", p. 14.
 "424 Years to Finish", p. 14.
 "Facts of Waterway Mean a Widespread, If Gradual, Effect", p. 15.
 "Seaway Toll Rates", p. 16.
 "Color and Pageantry For Seaway Opening", p. 17.
 "Castle Sees Seaway Commerce Confirming Earlier Estimates", p. 17.
 "Manure Not the Least of Power Job's Cares", p. 17.
 "Massena's Short Wave Radios Eavesdropping on Ship Traffic", p. 17.
 "`Heuvel' Once Touted As a Seaway Center", p. 19.
 "Seaway Who's Who is Issued", p. 19.
WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES, January 21, 1955.
 "Channel Job Would Require Five Years", p. 36.
 "2 River Projects Will Spark Gain In Area Economy", p. 17.
 "Railroads Look For Good Year", p. 17.
THE MASSENA OBSERVER, 1942. Golden Jubilee Edition.
 "Developing of Seaway Imminent", p. 1-E.
 "Canadian Writer Predicts Approval of St. Lawrence Project", p. 1-E.
 "Seaway Will Create New Coast", by Walter           Karig, p. 2-E.
 "Seaway Survey Report Slated For March 1", p. 3-E.
 "St. Lawrence Project Will Rival Panama in Scope", p. 4-E.
   THE MASSENA OBSERVER. February 27, 1942.
 "St. Lawrence River Development to Produce 2,200,000 Horsepower" Section II, p. 1.
   THE MASSENA OBSERVER, August 8, 1955. Power and Seaway Edition.
 "Massena's Future Guided by Master Plan prepared by Planning Commission After Hours of Work
  by Volunteer Committees", p. 1.
 "Seaway-Power Project Cost Over Billion", p. 1.
 "Massena Bursting at Seams in Biggest Building Expansion Boom in its History", p. 3.
 Chain of Command. Chart. Shows the organizations in both Canada and the United States involved in
  the construction on the St. Lawrence River. p. 3.
 "Seaway Tolls Under Study", Power and p. 3.
 "Massena Logical Spot for Port Establishment; Steps are Outlined", p. 3.
 "Temporary Bridge Was Major Job", p. 3.
 "4,200-Foot Cofferdam is Built", p. 3.
 "State Park in Locale Sure, Local Sports Could Flourish, Baseball Needs Backing", p. 4.
 "Remove Fish at De-Watered Dam Area", p. 4.
 "Ontario Counties Ask Hydro to Develop Parks on River", p. 4.
 "History of Seaway Project Detailed in 254-Page Book of Government Printing Office", p. 5.
 "Bridge Route Relocation is Planned", p. 5.
 "Historic Waddington Island House Must Give Way to St. Lawrence Seaway Work", by Carlton B.
  Olds, p. 5.
 "Telephone Co. Keeps Up with Boom", p. 5.
 "New Language and Evaluation Brought to Massena by St. Lawrence Projects", p. 6.
 "Engineers Work with Mud Pies to Test Soil for River Dikes", p. 6.
 "Airis Heads Corps Work in Massena", p 7.
 "Appraisal Firms Work on Project", p. 7.
 "75 Percent of Vessels For Seaway", p. 7.
 Cooperation Lack Dim Prospects", p.7.
 "Line Towers 335 Feet High", p. 7.
 "Porteous Farm Taken", p. 7.
 "Iroquois Dam Work is Underway", p. 8.
THE MASSENA OBSERVER. June 25, 1959.
 "Thousands to See Queen Elizabeth,          President Eisenhower Open Seaway", p. 1.
 "3 Ceremonies in Massena for Royal Party" p.1.
 "Navy Out in Force at Parties", p. 1.
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           "5,700 Visited Navy Vessels in two Days", p. 1.
           "Cornwall-Massena Bridge Should Cause No Worry", p. 1.
             "Airis Couple Praised at Farewell Fete", p. 1.
             "Cornwall Ready for Royal Tour", p. 1.
             "Tolls Rates Calculated to Cover Seaway Costs", Section 2.
             "St. Lawrence Waterway Joins Mississippi River for Traffic to South", Section 2.
           "SEAWAY IS STAGGERING PROJECT", Section 3.
             "Colorful Pagentry Marks Royal Tour of Seaway Valley", Section 3.
             "Fishing on St. Lawrence Not Seriously Hurt by Seaway; Big Comeback Expected", by Chuck
            Kelly, Section 3.
             "Welland Canal Expansion is `Must' for Seaway Potential", Section 3.
             "Dr. Danielian is Famed for Long Fight to Win Seaway's Approval in Congress", Section 3.
             "Stamp Will Be Issued at Massena", Section 3.
             "Dream of Opening St. Lawrence Began With Cartier in 1535", Section 3.
             "Relocation of Homes and Farms Proved Vast Undertaking", Section 3.
             "Volume 4 of Billion Dollar Story", Section 3.
             "Big Marina is Constructed on New Lake St. Lawrence", Section 3.
             "Seaway Provides Hope for Reviving Port of Ogdensburg", Section 3.
             "Tourist and Recreation Business is Booming in Valley", Section 3.
             "Yearbook Give Space to Seaway", Section 4.
             "Giant River Installations Built on Two Large Islands", Section 4.
             "Waddington has Undergone Major Upheaval in 5 Years", Section 4.
             "New Reynolds, Chevrolet Plants Aid Seaway Valley Economy", Section 4.
             "Power Allocations Listed For U.S. Part of Project", Section 4.
             "New Park Facilities Built by State at Waddington Sewage Plant Also Added", Section 4.
             "Symbolism         of Seaway Seal Told, Section 4.
             "Growing Pains Besetting Waddington; Lack of Boat Dock is Major Complaint", Section 4.
             "Friendship Arch Marks Boundary", Section 4.
76   2     "Mighty Drama of Seaway as Told by Robert Moses", Section 4.
             "Rouse Construction Proud of Association with Valley", Section 4.
         * "COMMEMORATIVE BOOKS READY FOR QUEEN, Ike U.S. State Department Sends", Section 4.
             "10,000 Red Carpet, Half Mile Long, Will Be Used by Queen in Chicago", by Alfred L. Malabre.
            Section 5.
             "Long Sault Island was Settled by People Interested in Boats", Section 5.
             "Many Lives Were Saved On Seaway Construction", Section 5.
             "Ex-Busboy in Charge of Luncheon for Royal Party", Section 5.
             "St. Lawrence Project Called Triumph of International Partnership by Moses", Section 5.
             "World's Newest Sea Now Looks Like the Busiest", Section 6.
             "Queen's Chicago Visit Contrasts with 1860 Trip", Section 6.
             "Sponsors of Seaway Bill are Honored", Section 6.
             "U.S., Canada Entities Shared Work and Costs", Section 6.
             "Royal Visit is Fourth", Section 6.
             "Navigation Improvement in Progress 250 Years", Section 6.
             "River Divided Into Four Sections", Section 6.
             "St. Lawrence One of World's Largest Rivers", Section 6.
             "Bulk Cargoes Will Make Up 80 Percent of Shipping", Section 6.
             "There's Big Difference Between Old Canal System and New Deep Waterway", Section 6.
             "Royal Yacht Schedule Announced", Section 6.
             "Old St. Lawrence River Boats History Given by Mrs. Carton", Section 6.
             "Lt. Gen. Howard Graham Heads Commission of Tour for Queen, Prince", Section 6.
             "Long Sault Dam Controls Level in Lake Here", Section 6.
             "Shooting the Rapids Was Big Thrill for Many Years", Section 6.
             "1,031 Contracts For Work on Joint Projects", Section 6.
             "St. Lawrence Seaway Stamp Goes on First Day Sale in Massena, Ottawa Friday", Section 6.
             "Money Problems Beset Cornwall Canal Digging", Section 6.
             "First to Sail Great Lakes Since 1813", Section 6.
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         PROGRESS EDITION. The Massena Observer. October 22, 1956.
           "Elwyn W. Simpson Tells How Dams Have Brought New Economic Prosperity", p. 1.
           "Work Progressed in Month Despite Weather", p. 1.
           "Robert Moses to Witness Iroquois Dam Diversion", p. 1.
           "Iroquois Dam Will Please Everybody", p. 2.
           "66 Homes Moved to New Iroquois", Section 3.
           $7 Million Construction Program Planned by Massena School District", Section 3.
           "Seaway Tolls to be Reasonable, Chevrier Tells Insurance Agents", Section 3.
           "5,200 Worked on Power Job in September", Section 3.
           "1,690 Tour Project on Canada Side", Section 3.
           "Power Corporation keeping Pace with North's Progress; Expansion 85% Done", Section 3.
           "Many Seaway, Power Workers Like Massena," Section 3.
           "Ingleside Chosen for Town's Name", Section 4.
           "Iroquois Park Plans are Unveiled by Ontario Hydro", Section 4.
         THE SEAWAY REVISITED. The Massena Observer, July, 1957.
         "A Year Later: The Seaway Revisted", by John Urbanek and Dante Tranquille. The Massena
          Observer, July 4, 1957. (First of a Series)
         "A Year Later: The Seaway Revisited", by John Urbanek and Dante Tranquille. (Second of a Series).
          The Massena Observer, July 11, 1957.
         "A Year Later: The Seaway Revisited", by John Urbanek and Dante Tranquille. (Third       of a
          Series). The Massena Observer, July 22, 1957.
         THE MASSENA OBSERVER. August 8, 1957.
           "Three Years of St. Lawrence Seaway Progress Noted", photo essay.
76   2   "Corps of Engineers Dredge Readies River Channel for Seaway", by Dick Peer, The Massena
          Observer, August 19, 1957
         THE COURIER-FREEMAN. Seaway Edition. Potsdam, New York. July 30, 1955.
           "St. Lawrence Progress: Engineers, 4; River, 0", by David H. Beetle. p. 1.
           "Contractors Press For Project Goal: Power by Late 1958", by Hal Dunham. p. 1.
           "Digging Big Ditch Start of Seaway", p. 2.
           "Long Sault Dam Job Involves Blocking Surging Rapids", p. 4.
           "Dravo Interests Far-Flung", p. 4.
           "Project Engineer's Job Natural for Armstrong", p. 4.
           "Luke Hale---Seaway Boss", p. 6.
           "Floating Bridge is a Unique Structure", p. 8.
           "Longest Cofferdam in World Closes", by David Beetle. p. 10.
           "Area Where Powerhouse Will Go", p. 11.
           "Permanent Bridge Involved Wrestle With Ice", p. 11.
           "To Ogdensburg: Hopes for Industrial Growth", by Fred Eaton, p. 13.
           "To Massena: The Pains of Growth", by Dick Peer, p. 13.
           "To 6,500 Canadians: Brand-New Home Towns", p. 13.
           "The River", p. 14.
           "Living Costs Reach High for 1955", p 14.
           "Burg Once was Major Shipping Center", by John M. Scott, p. 16.
           "Hall Corporation Expanding", p.16.
           "City Seeks to Develop Port Facility", p. 17.
           "The Islands: Rapids-Girded Lands Wait End by Dredge or Drowning", p. 18-19.
           "Transportation, 1965: A Forecast", by Grace Lowe, p. 20.
           "More Police Seen Needed to Handle Crime, Traffic", p. 20.
           "Project Just Added Worry for Already-Filled Schools", p. 22.
           "`Gentleman' and `Junior' at Work for Badgetts", p. 22.
           "Churches Planning for Future Needs", p. 23.
                The Courier-Freeman. December 16, 1954.
           "Text of Moses' Power Report", Second Section. p. 1.
           "2,700-acre Recreational Park Planned for Project", Second Section. p. 1.
           "Provisions Made to Move Cottages to New Area at Bradford Point", Second Section.      p. 1.
           "Park Plans Ok'd by Commission", Second Section. p. 1.
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            THE COURIER-FREEMAN. August 22, 1957.
              "Corps of Engineers Dredge Readies River Channel for Seaway", by Dick Peer, p. 6.
            RAQUETTE RIVER PROJECT. The Courier-Freeman. October 17, 1957.
              "Niagara Mohawk's $33,000,000 Raquette River Project Will Provide Electrical Power Needs for
             400,000 Homes", p. 1.
              "Farm Use of Electricity in Area Increases 1,000 percent in 27 years", p. 1.
              "`Workhorse' Raquette Continues to Play Dominant Role in NNY History", p. 2.
              "Colton Pit Provided Stone", p. 2.
              "`Electrical Brain'" Estimates Power Requirements 15 Years in Future", p. 4.
              "Colton is Hub of River's Power", p. 4.
              "`Fly-Ash'--Former Nuisance, Now Boon to Project Engineers", p. 4.
              "Niagara Prexy is Native of Northern N.Y.", p. 4.
              "Long Planning Marked Raquette River Project", p. 4.
              "Six Lakes Form New NNY Recreational Area", p. 6.
              "Other Utilities Observe Work on Raquette R.", p. 6.
              "Paper Work Important Phase", p. 6.
              "Hydro Stations to Carry `Peak Loads'", p. 7.
              "Niagara Mohawk is Foremost Supplier of Natural Gas", p. 7.
76     2   OGDENSBURG JOURNAL. Special Power and Seaway Edition. July 30, 1955.
              "Castle Reviews History of Seaway in Speech at Editor's Convention", p. 5.
              "Progress Visible at Power Dam", Section 2. p. 1.
            THE NEW YORK TIMES Section 11. St. Lawrence Seaway-Power.The New York Times, June 29.
             1958.
              "The St. Lawrence Seaway", by Paul Friedlander, p. 1.
              "The Meaning of the Seaway to Shipping and Shipyards", by George Horne, p. 3.
              "The Meaning of the Seaway as a New Source of Power", by Warren Weaver, p. 4.
              "Coast Ports Reassess Seaway Competition", by Edward A. Morrow, p. 6.
              "Competition for Railways", p. 8.
              "Clearing Away for the Seaway", by Tania Long", p. 8.
              "Impact on Trucking and Highway Building", by Joseph C. Ingraham, p. 9.
              "Seaway's Effect on United States Lake Ports", p. 10.
              "Seaway's Effect on Canada's Lake Ports," p. 11.
              "Industry's New High Road", p. 12.
              "Toll Proposals Stir A Controversy", p. 13.
              "Bringing the World to the Midwest", p. 14.
              "Tourist Facilities", p. 15.
              "Labrador's Ore to Aid the Seaway", p. 16.
              "The Construction Job--Saga of Endurance", p. 18.
              "How Engineering Tamed the Mighty River", by Barney Lefferts, p. 19.
              "The Long Search for a Northwest Passage", by Raymond Walters, Jr., p. 20.
              "Frontier of Understanding", By Raymond Daniell, p. 21.
              "Forty Miles of Riverside Parks", p. 21.
              "Ontario--Heartland of Canada", The NewYork Times Magazine, April 14, 1957, Section 10. A
             collection of 42 articles about the Province of Ontario, Canada.
            The above newspaper articles were originally part of the Seaway collection. The articles
             themselves have been removed but are available in the Library on microfilm

76-A       The following newspaper articles are not available locally on microfilm. They have been listed
             below, and can be found in Box 76-A.

            DULUTH NEWS-TRIBUNE. July 5, 1959, Section V.
             "Seaport Corp. Pushes $100 Million Project", p. 1.
             "The Seaway is Here, Let's Put it To Work", an editorial. p. 2.
             "Duluth, Superior to Shout With Triumph This Week", by Garth Germond, p 2.
             "Waterway links Nebraska to Sea", by Ralph G. Brooks, p. 2.
             "Seaway, Montana Sharing Future", by J. Hugo Aronson, p. 2.
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        "Big But Room to Grow", by Robert J. O'Keefe, p. 3.
        "Utopia of Ports is Smith's Goal", by Robert J. O'Keefe, p. 4.
        "Arthur M. Clure: Driving Force Behind Terminal", p. 4.
        "Grain Flows Faster Down Widened Path to the Sea", by Jim Myhers, p. 6.
        "`Big Boys' Hustle Cargo at Terminal", by Robert J. O'Keefe, p. 8.
        "Waterfront Booms", p. 10.
        "Tugs Tackle New Tasks", by Harold Hollis, p. 11.
        "Dredges Reply to `Dig It' Cry", by Walter Dodge, p. 12.
        "Julius H. Barnes Dedicated His Life to Seaway Project", p. 14.
        "Opportunities, Competition Face Area Manufacturers", p. 15.
        "Seaway Shrinks Trade Routes", by Garth Germond, p. 17.
        "Meet Mr. Castle", p. 18.
        "Meet Mr. Roberts", p. 18.
        "Lower Shipping Costs Assure Seaway Success", by Lewis Castle, p. 18.
        "Waterfront Poses New Police, Fire Problems", by Walter Dodge, p. 19.
        "Seaway Lures Bigger Ships", p. 20-21.
        "Improve or Build is Engineer's Task", by Jim Myhers, p. 22.
76A   "This is the Seaway: Gateway to the World", p. 24-25.
        "It's 2,342 Miles from Duluth to Sea", p. 25.
        "Greatest Show on Earth--", p. 26.
        "Lakehead Charts $10 Million for Port Facilities", p. 28-29,
        "Seaway Kindles New Interest in Real Estate", pp. 30-31.
        "8 Million Potential Customers", p. 33.
        "Package Freight Revival is Icing on Seaway Cake", p. 34.
        "Food Processors Hopeful Waterway Will Cut Costs", p 35.
        "Tremendous Market", p. 36.
        "Spenders: Area Retail Sales Higher Than Average", p. 37.
        "Rails Keep Weather Eye on Grain, Rate Cards, by Gene G. Gruba, p. 38.
        "Rail Mileages", p. 39.
        "Grain: Golden Cargo of the Twin Ports", p. 40.
        "Grain Takes on Foreign Accent", p. 42.
        "New Job Load Faces Grain Men", by Robert J. O'Keefe, p. 43.
        "Official Greeters", by Richard Conlon, p. 44.
        "They Meet New Faces", by Richard Conlon, p. 47.
        "Area Eyes 49th State As Market", p. 48.
        "New Fuel Will Help Area Grow", p. 48.
        "Northwest Passage to Riches", p. 49.
        "First St. Lawrence Canal 18 inches Deep", p. 50.
        "Tighter Security For Port Sought". p. 51.
        "It Was a Long Haul From Birchbark to Steel", p. 52.
        "Economical, Safe, Big--That's Twin Ports Harbor, by Ralph S. Knowlton, p. 54.
        "Wahl Started Seaway Crusade Half-Century Ago", p. 56.
        "Radio Directs Vessels Plying Great Lakes", Walter Dodge, p. 56.
        "First President Saw Value of the Seaway", p. 58.
        "Superior Links Growth to Private Industry", by Richard Pomeroy, p. 60.
        "Seaway to Make Wisconsin Once More a Frontier", by Gaylord Nelson, p. 61.
        "Congress Battled for 40 Years", p. 62.
        "Forest Products Pushed", by Wallace W. Morgan, p. 63.
        "Why Duluth?", by Jack Kerr, p. 65.
        "Governor Sees Seaway Drawing New Industries", by Orville L. Freeman, p. 66.
        "Waterway Stimulates S.D. Trade", by Ralph Herseth, p. 66.
        "Duluth Will be Fastest Growing City in U.S.", by Jack Kerr, p. 66.
        "Seaway Spurts Business for Banks, Insurance Firms", p. 67.
        "IBL Flexes Muscles at Great Lakes Ports", by Gordon Slovut, p. 68.
        "Slaughter is Key Waterfront Figure", p. 70.
        "U.S. Seamen Facing Competition on Seaway", by Gordon Slovut, p. 70.
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        "Teamsters Crank Up for New Seaway Loads", by Robert J. O'Keefe, p. 71.
        "Trucks Get New Tasks", by Richard Jacobs, p. 72.
        "Alert South Shore Revamps Harbor Fronts", by Seegar Swanson, p.73.
        "Big Jobs, Big Money Still Ahead", p. 74.
        "Seaway Opens New Door For North Dakota, by John E. Davis, p. 75.
        "More Ships, More Jobs", by Richard Conlon, p. 76.
        "Dual Role Held by Seaman Chief", p. 76.
        "Iowa Governor Salutes New Era", by Herschel Loveless, p. 77.
        "Upper Peninsula Benefits Visioned", by G. Mennen Williams, p. 78.
        "Icy Hand Grips Ships", p. 79.
        "Other Ports Think Big Too", p. 80.
        "Warehouse Growth tied to Hauling Rates", p. 81.
      THE MINNEAPOLIS STAR
        "The St. Lawrence Seaway", by Bob Murphy, reprinted from The Minneapolis Star, June 6 through
       June 24, 1955.
76A   THE MILWAUKEE JOURNAL
        "Men and Machines Carve Way to the Sea", Seaway Report in Photos. The Milwaukee Journal,
       August 4, 1957, 22 pages.
      THE MILWAUKEE JOURNAL. July 5, 1959.
        "Milwaukee--Gateway to the World", p. 1.
        "Navy, Marines `Invade'!", p. 2.
        "Ports Score New Records", p. 5.
        "Milwaukee Visitors", p.6.
        "Beach to Shake in Assault", p. 8.
        "The Ship Watcher", by Robert W. Wells, p. 9.
        "Redwings Gone: Port Stays", by Lloyd Gladfelter, p. 12.
        "Glossary of Navy Words", p. 13.
        "A Tanker Calls at Island", by Paul Salsini, p. 14.
        "Vacationers Find Fun on Seaway", p.12.
        "`Mr. Seaway'" by John W. Kole, p. 15.
        "Machines Replace Muscle", by Harry S. Pease, p. 16.
        "The `New' 815", by John D. Pomfret, p. 17.
        "Ferries Churn On", by Thomas Blinkhorn, p. 18.
        "The Seaway--an Appraisal", by Rod Van Every, p. 20.
        "Paper Pile Deeper", by Frank Sinclair, p. 21.
        "Panama Canal Had Troubles, Too", p. 24.
        "Seaborne Farm Produce", by Loren H. Osman, p. 26.
        "Trucks, Rails Eye Seaway", by David B. Wiggins, p. 28.
        "State Industry Sells Navy", by Harry S. Watson, p. 30.
        "Pleasure Boating", by Don Olesen, p. 33.
        "No Francais, Aina?", p. 35.
        "Navy Ships Play Game of Checkers", p. 36.
        "Cargo Tells Story of Port", p. 38.
        "Customs, Immigration Busy", by James G. Wieghart, p. 39.
        "Steamship Agent", p. 42.
      SEAWAY SECTION. Chicago Daily News, June 26, 1958.
        "Canada Triggered Waterway Project", p. 2.
        "Who's Paying for the Seaway?", p. 2.
        "Where to See Seaway Being Built", by Lucia Lewis, p. 2.
        "Seaway to Blast Open", p. 2.
        "Canada Expecting a lot from `Baby'", p. 3.
        "St. Lawrence Seaway: A Big, 188-Mile Snake", by Miller Davis, p. B3.
        "`Seaway Fever' in Canada", p. B4.
        "Port Nets $1.2 Million on Harbor",        p. B4.
        "Project Twice the Length of Panama Canal", p. B5.
        "Seaway Bridge Gets Tricky Face-Lifting", p. B5.
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     "Price of St. Lawrence Seaway Can be Measured in Men, Too", p. B6.
     "How U.S. Spends $140 Million Share", p B6.
     "New Safety Techniques Cut Accidents in Construction", p. B7.
     "T-O-L-L-S: Toll Plan Cheers Backers of Seaway", p. B7.
     "150 Miles Long!", p. B7.
     "Man Retreats Before Spreading Seaway", p. B8.
     "Six Towns Will Be Drowned", p. B9.
     "New Powerhouse Can Light City of 3 Million", p. 10B.
     "Seaway Termed A Stimulus", p. 10B.
     "Foreign Shippers in Hamburg Wax Lukewarm Over Big Ditch", by David Nichol, p. 12B.
     "You'll Be Able to Take a Cruise to Europe from Chicago Soon", p. B13.
76A    "What Will Be Chief Waterway Cargoes?", p. B13.
     "Destination: Genoa--And Points Beyond", p. B14.
     "Meet Our Mr. Seaway", p. B14.
     "Our Lake Calumet is the Queen Port", p. B14.
     "Union Pushes Pilot Bill in Senate", p. B14.
     "Cal-Sag Canal to Play Key Role", p. 18B.
     "Are They `Ships' or `Boats'?", p. B19.
     "Seaman's Not Lost in Plans for Seaway", p. B19.
     "Plan Trade Fair, 2 Ship Berths for Pier", p. 20B.
     "Navy Pier Remodeling Starts Soon", by Jay McMullen, p. 20B.
     "The Tramp Steamship: Scavenger of the Lakes", p. B21.
     "He Wouldn't Let the Cal-Sag Sag",          p. B21.
     "CTA Plans `L' Runs to Calumet Harbor". p. 22B.
     "Milwaukee Aims to Be the No. 1 Port", p. B23.
     "Here's Official Help for Ships", p. B23.
     "A New Cargo's Bound For Chicago--Romance", p. 21B.
     "Port Authority Needs More Powers: Expert", p. 24B.
     "Plan 2-Nation Trade Group", p. B25.
     "Petroleum Products Still to Come by Pipe", by James S. Lewis, p. 26B.
     "Seaway to Bring a New Language", p. 26B.
     "Bankers Looking to A New Era", by Ed Kandlik, p. B27.
     "Unions Expect Seaway to Boost Membership", by Robert M. Lewis, p. 29B.
     "Will Queen Visit Chicago?", p. 28B.
     "Forecast Seaway to Bring $2 Billion Truck Revenues", p. B29.
     "Survey Predicts Boom in Grain Exports Here", p. B29.
    THE CHICAGO AMERICAN. January 7, 1957. Midwest Section.
     "America's Fourth Coast", by Elgar Brown, p.1.
     "Lake Calumet, Navy Pier--World Ports of Destiny", by W. N. Sutherland, p. 2.
     "Illinois: A Waterway Link to Riches", by Norman Glubok, p.3.
     "Wisconsin: On the Threshold of Expanded Trade", by Gerald Healey, p. 4.
     "A Land of Resources", by Hy Delman, p.5.
     "The Giant Beautiful", p. 5.
     "Autos to Travel New `Highway'", by Herbert D. Wilson, p. 5.
     "Indiana: Plans for 5th Harbor Rushed", by Ed Hadfield, p. 6.
     "Things Look Good for the Steelworker", p. 6.
     "Golden Age May Have Some Tarnish", by Ernest Tucker, p. 7.
     "Minnesota: Star of the North Has a New Glow", by Mervin Block, p. 8.
     "George, Abe Backed Seaway", p. 8.
     "Iowa: Farm, Industrial Boom in Making", by Chris Agrella, p. 10.
     "Sioux City Yards--Vast, Growing", p. 10.
     "Kentucky: They're Riding Tidal Wave of Industrial Expansion", p. 11.
     "Missouri: Heart of the Inland Waterway", p. 12.
     "Steel--The Giant Still Growing", p. 14.
     "The Story of How and Why Chicago Grew", p. 16.
     "Port of Chicago to Gain Most", p. 18.
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      "St. Lawrence Seaway--Dream to Reality", by Bob Smith, p. 21.
      "Industry: Far-Sighted Giant", p. 22.
      "Coal Preparing For its Best Years", p. 24.
      "Vast Warehouses to Store All That Foreign Cargo", by Charles Trowbridge, p. 26.
      "Storage--Out of Thin Air", p.26.
      "Hot Dogs for Plastics Industry", p. 26.
      "Fluid Power--Muscle in Silk", p. 27.
      "Silent Seller: Packaging", p. 27.
      "Gears--All Industry Revolves on Them", p. 27.
76A     "`Terrific' Future for Chemicals", p. 28.
      "A Farm Equipment Boom", p. 29.
      "Seaway a Big Boost For Industrial Research", p. 30.
      "Public Utilities a Jump Ahead of Expansion", p. 31.
      "Chicago: Oil Capital of U.S.", p. 32.
      "Why Lake Calumet Port?", p. 33.
      "Mammouth Seaway Project Rivals Pyramids", by George Murray, p. 34.
      "Paddlewheelers Steam Into History", p. 34.
      "We'll See 10,000-Ton Cargo Ships", p.36.
      "Foreign Flags Waving", by W.L. Merdith p. 37.
      "Great Lakes and Nation's Growth Parallel", p. 38.
      "Inland Waterway System Supplies Everything", p. 39.
      "Ride Along on Tour of Seaway", by H.W. Lynch, p. 41.
      "Seaway Means More Dollars For Farmers", by Otto Steffey, p. 42.
      "Ship Tolls Big Question", p. 42.
      "Farm Population Dip Increases Income", p. 43.
      "Midwest: America's Marketbasket", p. 43.
      "Meat-packing Industry Grew Up With Chicago", by Myron Weigle, p. 44.
      "Huge Grain Elevators for Calumet Harbor", p. 45.
      "2-Way Boost for Wholesale, Retail Trade", by William D Pardridge, p. 46.
      "`Imported' Magic Word for Chicago Shoppers", p. 46.
      "Shipping Savings For All", p. 46.
      "Chamber Supports Seaway---for Good", p. 46.
      "Bankers Ready for Expansion", by David Mishlove, p. 47.
      "Admiralty Law Puts Attorneys Back in School", by Edward Sokol, p. 47.
      "More Insurance will be Needed", p. 47.
      "Midwest Leads the World in Graphic Arts Field", by Basil Talbott, p. 48.
      "It's 20 Years of Plenty for Construction", by Bruce Odom, p. 50.
      "What to Expect From the Seaway", by N.R. Danielian, p. 50.
      "A Million New Homes", p. 52.
      "Has Anyone Seen Anna?", p. 53.
      "List City's Natural Advantages", p. 53.
      "Building Material Needs", p. 53.
      "Chicago--`Just Like Home' for Foreign Seamen", by Dorothy Gardner, p. 54.
      "$150,000,000 Worth of Underwater Ditches", p. 54.
      "Million New Jobs for the Midwest", by Meyer Zolotareff, p. 61.
      "No, Seaway Won't `Ruin' Railroads", p.63.
      "Expansion Could be Limitless--Evers", p. 63.
      "Uncle Sam Will Get Richer, Too", p. 63.
      "Transportation--Key to Growth", p. 63.
      "Country to Share in Seaway Benefits", p. 64.
      "Big `Haul' for Trucks", p. 65.
      "Railway Express to Expand", p. 66.
      "The Aviation Crossroads", p. 67.
      "Midwest's Foreign Relations", p. 69.
      "How the Seaway Will Discourage Potential Enemy", p. 71.
      MIDWEST SECTION. The Chicago American. January 20, 1959.
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        "1959-The Seaway Opens", by Harold M. Mayer, p. 1.
        "1959-When Ocean Ships First Dock Here", by W.N. Sutherland, p. 2.
        "Streams That Run Backward Push the City Forward", p. 2.
        "Illinois: A Golden Route to The World", by Norman Glubok, p. 3.
        "Cal-Sag Bottleneck: 7 One-Way Locks", p. 3.
        "The Future is Great: Engineers", p. 3.
        "Michigan: Double-depth Resources", p. 4.
76A   "Michigan: Its Shoreline the Longest", p. 4.
        "Wisconsin: Full-Ahead to Meet the Seaway's Challenge", by Gene Roguski, p. 5.
        "2 Ports: Rivals and Neighbors", by Harry C. Brockel, p. 5.
        "Indiana", by Ed Hadfield, p. 6.
        "The World Needs Hoosier Products", p. 6.
        "Chicago Busiest Port on Lakes", p. 6.
        "2 Sides to the Seaway Coin", by Ernest Tucker, p. 7.
        "Ice Eternal Problem", p.7.
        "Iowa: St. Lawrence Reaches Inland", p.8.
        "Midwest Cities Race to Improve Port Facilities", p. 8.
        "Kentucky: Hub of the Inland Waterways", by Les Brownlee, p. 10.
        "Barges Prove Economy", p. 10.
        "Minnesota: Seaway Brings World Closer", by Mervin Block, p. 11.
        "Money Root of Evils in Trade, Too", p. 11.
        "Missouri: Old `Show Me' State in There Showing `em", by Larry Kelly, p. 12.
      "Chicago Terminal for All-Water Route to Atlantic", by Rear Adm. H. W. Goodall, USN, p. 12.
        "New Culture Coming With Foreign Trade", by George Murray, p. 14.
        "Importers Ready for Big Business", p. 14.
        "Barges Mean Cash for You", by Braxton B. Carr, p. 15.
        "Producers and Consumers Benefit", by N.R. Danielian, p. 15.
        "Is Calumet Top Inland Harbor?", p. 16.
        "Bold Harbor Plan for Illinois, Indiana", p. 16.
        "We Boast top Crane on Lakes", p. 16.
        "New Equipment for Colonia's Last Trip", p. 16.
        "2 Financing Plans for Harbors Here", p. 18.
        "Diversity of Control Hurting Chicago Port", p. 18.
        "Far South `USO' Needed", p. 18.
        "Opportunity Isn't Knocking--It's Breaking Down Door", by Lewis G. Castle, p. 21.
        "Austria Leans Heavily on Foreign Trade", by Dr. Guenther R. Gruber, p. 22.
        "Europe Market Plan Big Challenge to U.S.", by Don Harris, p. 22.
        "Schools Here Offer Export-Import Classes", by Gladys Erickson, p. 22.
        "Admiralty Law Courses", p. 22.
        "Danes Find U.S. Good Customer", by Povl Boetius, p. 23.
        "Is St. Lawrence's 27-ft. Depth Enough?", p. 23.
        "Norway Old Friend", p. 24.
        "Japan's Best Outlet-- U.S.", p. 26.
        "Italy Liberalizes Dollar Area Imports", p. 27.
        "Would-Be Importer? Ask these Questions", p. 27.
        "British Hail New Economic Ties", p. 28.
        "Israel: Greatest Thing Since Panama Canal", by Martin Sandler, p. 30.
        "Canada, U.S. Commerce Tops `em All", by Robert F. Renwick, p. 31.
        "`An Outstanding Project'", by the Hon. Gordon Churchill, p. 31.
        "Switzerland Has a Steady Customer--U.S.", by Alfred Keller, p.32.
        "Swiss Envoy Tells Benefits of Waterway", p. 32.
        "Need for Shipping Subsidy Outlined", p. 32.
        "Spain's Trade Imbalance Cut by Tourism", p. 33.
        "French Aim: More Direct Contact with U.S. Firms", p. 33.
        "Export? Get These Answers", p. 33.
        "Irish Hope to Balance Dollar Area Trade", p. 34.
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      "No Blarney We'll See That Cheese", p. 34.
      "Become a Sailor--And Salt It Away," Ernest Cutro, p. 34.
      "Belgium Third Largest Exporter to Lakes Area", p. 35.
      "Ship Ahoy! Here Comes the World!" by Hal Bruno, p. 37.
      "125 Years Ago Ocean Vessel Used `Seaway', by L.W. Meredith, p. 37.
      "Railroads Expect Payload Gain", by Tom Leach, p. 38.
76A     "Waterway May Help Eastern Roads", by Wilbur Zelinsky, p. 38.
      "Sky the Limit for Makers of Rail Equipment", by Edward D. Williams, p. 39.
      "Duty-free Zone Proposed Here", p. 39.
      "Big Selling Job for Steel Warehouses", p. 39.
      "Public Warehouse Thrift Told", p. 39.
      "Truckers Can Make a `Haul'", p. 40.
      "Big Three Auto Companies Slow to Take Advantage of Seaway", by Herbert D. Wilson, p. 41.
      "Handling of Cargo Outdated", by Harry Benford, p. 42.
      "Nothing Small About Packaging Industry Outlook", p. 42.
      "Container Service for Area Shippers", p. 42.
      "Midwest Will Launch Jet Age Next Month", by Peter Reich, p. 43.
      "Jets and Missles Protect Midwest", p. 43.
      "Increases in Crime Rate Feared", p. 44.
      "Seaway Putting New Emphasis on Roads Here", p. 44.
      "How Chicago Fights Hijackers", by Harold Tucker, p. 44.
      "Calumet Area Improvements Lure Industry", p. 44.
      "Jobs, Jobs, and More Jobs!", p.45.
      "New Businesses Will Be Needed", p. 45.
      "Ports Will Increase Home Improvement", p. 45.
      "More Natural Gas Available in Area", p. 46.
      "City's Boundary by 1977? It'll Be Wisconsin!", p. 46.
      "Gain For Coal Slow But Sure", p. 48.
      "Chemical Shipping Facility Readied Here", by Effie Alley, p. 48.
      "Illinois Bell Will Expand", p. 48.
      "Dial-in-the-Dark, No-Hands Phones", p. 48.
      "New Boost for Petroleum", p. 49.
      "An Enthusiastic, but Sober View", p. 49.
      "Radio-TV sales To Gain Slowly", p. 49.
      "Don't Miss the Boat, Firms Told", p. 57.
      "Shallow Lake Channels Won't Stop Big Ships", by Edward Sokol, p. 57.
      "Here's Advice For Retailers", by Joseph Meek, p. 57.
      "`Bring 'em in'--That's our New Tariff Policy", by Norton Kay, p. 58.
      "Teamsters in Drive for Transport Union", by Marty O' Connor", p. 58.
      "How U.S. Trade Act Works", p. 58.
      "Camera Import Flood Feared", by David Mishlove, p. 59.
      "Trade Isn't Only for Big Firms", by Aaron Scheinfeld, p. 59.
      "List of Overseas Steamship Lines and Ports of Call", p. 60.
      "Lady and Tramp of Shipping", p. 60.
      "Overseas Business Information", p. 60.
      "Steelmen View Seaway With Mixed Emotions", by Bruce Odom, p. 61.
      "Greatest Industrial Expansion", p. 61.
      "Insurance Firms Expect Increase in Their Business", p. 61.
      "Banks Offer More Service", by Hugo Larson, p. 62.
      "We'll See the Giant Towboats", by H.W. Lynch, p. 63.
      "A Shipping Firm is Born", by Bob Smith, p. 63.
      "Reds Not Treading Water--", p. 63.
      "Oh, for a Sailor's Life", p. 63.
      "Differences Between Salt, Fresh Water", p. 63.
      "Cutter First Through U.S. Locks", p. 64.
      "Exporter, Importer Savings Listed", p. 64.
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           "Stores See Import Sales Gain", p. 65.
           "Economies Possible for Liquor Industry", p. 65.
           "Gourmet Tour of World--Right Here in Chicago, by Carol Oppenheim, p. 66.
           "Changes in Sugar Importing", p. 66.
           "Latins Use Their Beans to Keep Trade Level High", p.66.
     76A     "Meat Packers, Now Shippers", by Charles Trowbridge, p. 67.
           "All Farmers Will Gain Through Larger Exports", by Charles Shuman, p. 69.
           "Foreign Trade Has Direct Effect on All", p. 70.
           "Grain Trade Prepared to Reap Savings Harvest", by Robert Liebenow, p. 70.
           "Rapid Changes in Grain Trade", p. 70.
         THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND COMMERCIAL. April 15, 1959.
           "Testing Period Nears for Seaway", by H. C. Brockel, p. 1.
           "Seaway Opening Will Fulfill Dream", p. 1.
           "$60 Million Marked For Waterfronts of Lake Ports", by Wilbur J. Brons, p.1.
           "Lake Ship Size, Speed on Upswing", by M.H. Gluntz, p. 2A.
           "Big Increase for Reefer Space Seen", p. 2A.
           "Great Lakes Routes Have Long History", by Robert Smith, p. 2A.
           "US, Canada Spell Out Passage Tolls", p. 2A.
           "World Trade Share Sought in Wisconsin", by Robert F. Matthes, p. 3A.
           "Toledo Prepares for Ocean Ships", by Jane Wayman, p. 4A.
           "Extended Navigation Season seen for St. Lawrence Route", p. 4A.
           "See Change in Attitude to Seaway", by Arthur Zimmerman, p. 5A.
           "Cleveland Ship Trade Rise Forecast", p. 5A.
           "Rochester Plans Major Pier Projects", by William Carr, p. 6A.
           "Muskegon Taps Wide Area of Industry, Agriculture", by Capt. Joseph Cook, p. 6A.
           "Canada Ships Top Seaway List in 1958", p. 6A.
           "Economic Gains in `59 from Seaway Seen Slight", p. 6A.
           "Chicago's Role as World Trade Port Is Outlined", by Richard J. Daley, p. 7A.
           "British See US Trade Rise Through G. Lakes", p. 7A.
           "Ohio Railways Gear for Waterway Trade", p. 8A.
           "Japan Lines Eye Future Seaway Trade", by Stuart Griffin, p. 9A.
           "Great Lakes Banks Ready for Seaway", p. 9A.
           "FMB Aide Hails Seaway Gain Potential", by Thomas E. Stakem, p. 9A.
           "Dutch Ship Seen Initial Seaway Liner", p. 9A.
           "Detroit Has Strategic Spot on Transportation Maps", by Carlis Stetin, p. 10A.
           "Important NY State Ports Prepare for Coming of Seaway", p. 10A.
           "Eisenhower to Open Seaway in Montreal", p. 10A.
           "Holland Firm Seeks Slice of Seaway Business", p. 10A.
           "Unit Formed to Support Bank Petition", p. 10A.
           "New Trade Route Potential Cited", p. 12A.
           "New Trade Route Potential Cited", p. 12A.
           "Ships to Cut Travel Time Via Seaway", p. 12A.
           "Dignitaries to Attend Seaway Power Opening", p. 1B.
           "Erie Port Officials Seek Overseas Trade", by Joseph Martin, p. 2B.
           "Seaway Poses Inland Problems", p. 2B.
           "Duluth Readies for Ocean Ships", p. 3B.
           "Seaway Cargo Future Seen Unanswered", p. 3B.
           "Trade Rise seen Likely Via Seaway", p.4B.
           "Sweden Sees Seaway Aid to Shipping", p. 4B.
         The above newspaper articles are not available locally on microfilm. They have been listed
          below, and can be found in Box 76-A.

76-B CANADIAN NEWSPAPERS (The following Canadian Newspapers and articles can be found in Box 76-
         B.)
        THE IROQUOIS POST AND ADVOCATE. May 9, 1957.
          "Long Sault Rapids Were Famous Landmark", last page.
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      "Express Appreciation to Hydro for Fine Cooperation", last page.
      "Plaza Far Cry from Good Old Days", p. 1.
      "Ross Strike, Hydro Vice-Chairman to Officiate at Grand Opening", p. 1.
      "Village Dates Back One Hundred Years", p. 1.
76B   THE GLOBE MAGAZINE. July 18, 1959.
      "The Way to the Sea", by Betty Lee, p. 19.
    THE GLOBE AND MAIL. July 1, 1959.
      "From St. John's to Toronto...the Picture Story of a Glittering Royal Tour", pictorial. 20 pages.
    THE MONTREAL STAR. June 27, 1959.
      "The Queen, the Dream, the Reality", by W. A. Wilson, p. 1.
      "Wider Still and Wider...", by George V. Ferguson, p. 2.
      "Yesterday--Your Majesty!", by G.R. Stevens, page 2.
      "The Seaway Opening in Pictures", pictorial. p. 3.
      "Ship 1875: Fee $346", by William F. Wardwell, p. 3.
      "How the Great New Waterway is Operated", by Boyce Richardson, p. 4.
      "It's Business Before Pleasure On the Seaway", by Noel Mostert, p. 4.
      "The Pageantry and The People", p. 5.
      "The Seaway and the Future of Montreal", p. 6.
      "The Waterfront's Changing Face", by Norman Pascoe, p. 7.
      "Labor and the Seaway", by Harold Poitras, p. 7.
      "A Complex Problem", p. 7.
      "Millions Spent On Booming Inland Ports", p. 8.
      "There's More Than a Bottleneck At Welland", by T. N. Morrison, p. 9.
      "Historic Welland Canal is Vital Link in Seaway", p. 9.
      "Putting the River to Work", by Boyce Richardson, p. 10.
      "The Tolls Controversy", Noel Mostert, p. 12.
      "A Challenge Faces Our Shipyards", p. 12.
      "A Divergence of Opinion Over Gains and Losses", by David M. Legate, p. 12.
      "Year-Round Shipping Still Distant", by Norman Pascoe, p. 13.
      "Seaway Drainage Area", p. 13.
      "Seaway Brings Little to Kingston", by Robert Gardiner, p. 13.
      "London Brokers Cautious", p. 13.
      "Will the Richelieu Be Next?", by John Maffre, p. 14.
      "The Story of the `Seaway Valley'", by John McKay, p. 16.
      "Maritimers' Reactions Mixed", p. 18.
      "Toronto Geared for Big Ships," by Don O' Hearn, p. 18.
      "The West, Lakehead and Wheat Exports", by Frank Walker, p. 19.
      "`Tramps' Are Important", R. E. Brownridge, p. 19.
      "Detroit Draws Montreal Capital", by Stoddard White, p. 20.
      "An Ocean Port 2,300 Miles From the Sea", by Garth Germond, p. 21.
      "New Projects Enhance Chicago's Hub Position, by Horton Trautman, p. 21.
    THE DAILY STANDARD-FREEHOLDER. Cornwall, Ontario, Canada. (Progress Report No. 1.
     June 28, 1955, 32 pages.)
      "Brochure Describes Plans For Elaborate Parks System", p. 2.
      "3 U.S. Firms Are Building Control Dam", p. 2.
      "Line Towers Set Record for Hydro", p. 2.
      "Seaway Traffic is Estimated at 30-35 Million Tons Yearly", p. 4.
      "Work On Powerhouse to Start Within Week", p. 5.
      "New Electric Firm Opens Near City", p. 6.
      "Information Officer For Project", p. 6.
      "Head Seaway Staff in Area", p. 6.
      "Rock, Sand Contract Let", p. 6.
      "To Provide Lookout Sites",        p. 6.
      "200 Required For Channel Excavation", p. 8.
      "Avondale, Long Sault Names of New Seaway Valley Towns", p. 8.
76B     "Top Engineers on Project",      p. 8.
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      "Thousands of Fish Taken From Dewatered Dam Area", p. 9.
      "Will Relocate Roosevelt Bridge Route", p. 9.
      "Iroquois Point Scene of Seaway Construction", p. 10.
      "Retractable Bailey Bridge Spans Canal", p. 10.
      "Seaway-Power Plan to Have Broad Results", p. 11.
      "Major Dredging Operation Under Way East of Cornwall", p. 12.
      "New St. Lawrence Transformer Station Near Cornwall Centre", p. 12.
      "Tunnel Job Finished on Schedule", p. 12.
      "Colorful Ceremonies Mark Start of Project", p. 14.
      "Modern 30-Bed Hospital Serves Project Workers", p. 14.
      "Much Seaway Work Set For Quebec Province", p. 15.
      "Seaway Said Delaying Bridge Site", p. 15.
      "Seaway-Power Project Construction Work Speeding Up In Cornwall-Iroquois Area", p. 16-17.
      "Royal Commission Plans Study of Seaway's Effect", p. 16.
      "$26 Million Dam Project is Under Way" p. 16.
      "Canal To Service Local Industries", p. 16.
      "Rammed by Ice Barge is Sunk", p. 16.
      "Labor Pack For Project", p. 17.
      "Parks Commission Post for Chailles", p. 17.
      "Seaway-Power Project Cost Over Billion", p. 18.
      "Sod-turning Ceremonies Called Off", p. 18.
      "Seaway land Expropriated At Cornwall", p. 18.
      "Seaway Tolls Under Study", p. 18.
      "St. Lawrence Replete with Romance, Mystery", p. 19.
      "Top Seaway, Power men Tour Sites", p. 20.
      "4,200-Foot Cofferdam Links Mainland, Island", p. 20.
      "Lay Tunnels Underneath the Canal", p. 20.
      "Long, Cold Snap Slows Project Work", p. 20.
      "75 per cent of World's Ships Able to Use the Seaway", p. 22.
      "All Project Hiring Done Through NES", p. 22.
      "Seaway Construction Work on Schedule Near Massena", p. 23.
      "Castle Seaway Chief in U.S.", p. 24.
      "Apartment House Project Nears Finish", p. 25.
      "Minor Roads Take Beating From Trucks", p. 25.
    "Big Pumping Job Near Completion", p. 25.
      "`All-Canadian' Seaway Due Within 10 Years?", p. 26.
      "Will X-ray Seaway Job Applicants", p. 26.
      "The Gentleman Hard At Work", p. 26.
      "Iroquois Control Dam Construction Has Begun", p. 26.
      "Aluminum-Sheeted Building Power Project `Nerve Centre'", p. 27.
      "Authority Officials Appointed", p. 27.
      "May Move Headstones, Not Graves", p. 27.
      "Big Vessels Will Reach City's Door", p. 27.
      "Will Start Work Soon on Huge District Dikes", p. 28.
      "Allocation of Power Boon to North", p. 28.
      "Iroquois Relocation Work Has Been Started", p. 29.
      "2nd Major Project Phase is Launched", p. 30.
      "Headquarters For Seaway Coming Here", p. 30.
      "Relocation of Railway Proves Thorny Problem", p. 31.
      "Rehab Office at Morrisburg", p. 31.
    PROGRESS REPORT NO. 2. Daily Standard-Freeholder. July 10, 1956. 36 pages.
      "Seaway's Economic Impact Being Felt", p. 2.
      "Work Gets Under Way on Long Sault's Parks", p. 3.
76B     "Giant Gantry Cranes Play Vital Role", p. 3.
      "Detour Traffic Away From Work Area", p 3.
      "Safety Personal Problem", p. 3.
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      "Getting Aggregate to Main Works Area Big Undertaking", p. 4.
      "New Town's Name Still a Question", p. 4.
      "Equipment is Worth Millions", p. 4.
      "Novel Draft Tube Plan in Effect", p. 5.
    "Three Miles of Dyking", p. 5.
      "New Town Construction Work is Well Advanced", p. 6.
      "House-Moving Crews Work in Morrisburg", p. 6.
      "Moulinette Island Due", p. 6.
      "Water Pumps Are Termed Unsatisfactory", p. 6.
      "Big Quarry Extremely Busy Place', p. 6.
       "Skilled Labor Shortage Hits Project", p. 7.
      "Sheek Island Cottagers Get Extension", p. 8.
      "Vast Dredging Scheme Making Good Progress", p. 9.
      "Many Rehab Problems are Settled", p. 9.
      "Low-Rental Housing Studied", p. 9.
      "Barges Towed Upriver For Dredging Job", p. 10.
      "Waterfront An Issue At Iroquois", p. 11.
      "To Relocate Ault Park on Island", pp.12-13.
      "Land Values Soar in Golden Triangle", by Joe MacSweeny, p. 13.
      "U.S. Seaway Projects Cover 88-Mile Stretch", p. 14.
      "Cement Blown Under Canals to Work Site", p. 16.
      "Eisenhower Seaway Lock is Dedicated", p. 16.
      "Enlarged Linen Plant in Offing", p. 16.
      "Soil Test Laboratory Plays Vital Role in Project Work", p. 17.
      "Hartshorne Bros. Familiar Figures in Seaway Valley", p. 20.
      "Street Paving Tenders Called", p. 20.
      "Project Contracts at $299,431,000." p. 20.
      "Work Steadily Relocating No. 2 Highway", p. 20.
      "Iroquois Seaway Lock Work Is Well Advanced", p. 21.
      "Iroquois Dam Crest is Under Way", p. 21.
      "Relocated Transformer Station in Operation", p. 22.
      "Seaway Work To Delay Ships Slightly", p. 22.
      "Cornwall Seen Second in Shipping", p. 24.
      "Scenic Parkway Ready Possibly Next Summer", by Hon. George Chailles, p. 24.
      "Truckers Oppose Bridge Toll", p. 24.
      "Hydro Project Models Provide Much Data", p. 25.
      "Cableway Will Help Still Rapids", p. 26.
      "Relocation of Cemeteries to Start Soon", p. 26.
      "Main Power Structure is Rising", by Charles MacIntosh, p. 27.
      "Mr. Massey Views Seaway", p. 28.
      "Concrete Work Started On Big Diversion Canal", p. 29.
      "Big Trailer House-Float For Rehab Job", p. 29.
      "U.S. Seaway Work Area 88 Miles", p.30.
      "Trains Run to Barnhart From U.S. Side", p. 30.
      "Director of Project Hydro Vet", p. 32.
      "Odd-looking Machine is `The Wand'. 32.
      "Longue Sault Name to Stay For New Town", p. 32.
      "Start is Made On Filtration Plant for City", p. 32.
      "Seaway Skyscraper is Rising", p. 32.
      "Dyke Work in Area Advances", p. 33.
      "Reception Room Well Equipped", p. 33.
      "Doc Rothwell Did Valuable Project Work",            p. 34.
76B     "Rail Relocation Calls for Five New Stations", p. 34.
      "Seaway Valley Work Shown on TV Show", p. 34.
      "Major Part of Seaway Work in Montreal Area", p. 35.
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    ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY-POWER PROJECT AND TOURIST GUIDE. Report No. 3. Daily
     Standard-Freeholder, June 29, 1957.
      "Hard Task In Taming of Long Sault Rapids", p. 2.
      "Galops Island Cut in Half", p. 2.
      "Channel Dredging Will Even Flow", p. 2.
      "Fine Homes Dot Shore of River", p. 3.
      "Tenants Get New Dwellings at Morrisburg", p. 3.
      "Seaway Route Swings South of Cornwall", p. 4.
      "Old Book Tells of Descent of Long Sault", p. 4.
      "Men and Machines Join to Create Gigantic Seaway", p. 5.
      "Big Building Nerve Centre of New Dam", p. 5.
      "Project Draws Thousands of Visitors", p. 6.
      "New Shopping Centre `Hit' at Iroquois", p. 7.
      "Historic Past Will be Park Area's Feature", by Mary Anderson, p. 7.
      "Creel Census of Yellow Pickerel Set", p. 7.
      "St. Lawrence Power Project Work Now 60 Per Cent Done", by C. G. W. MacIntosh, p. 8.
      "Useful Fishing Facts For Visiting Nimrod", by L.F. Quig, p. 10.
      "Canadiana Articles in Museum", p.11.
      "Vast Quantities of Gravel, Sand From Quarry", p. 11.
      "Reclaimed Land Use is Studied", p. 11.
      "Montreal-Cornwall Seaway Work is Rushed", p. 12.
      "Hydralic Models Aid Seaway Work", p. 12.
      "High Level Bridge Set", p. 12.
      "New Towns Becoming `Live' Communities", p. 12.
      "18 New Islands in New Lake", p. 14.
      "Military Souvenirs Collected", p. 15.
      "Ancient Mortar Shells Start Lively Argument", p. 16.
      "U.S. Project Nerve Centre Nears Finish", p. 16.
      "Dam Controls Flow From L. Ontario", p. 16.
      "Bridge Rises From Meadow", p. 16.
      "Earth Removal Sets Record", p. 16.
      "Good Menu of Sports Provided in Cornwall", by Frank Orr, p. 18.
      "Ex-carpenter is Chaplain For Project", p. 18.
      "`Fraserfield' Huge Home in District", p. 18.
      "Seaway Channel on U.S. Side", p. 18.
      "Historical Background of Cornwall", p. 19.
      "Huge Cairn At Lancaster Is Memorial", p. 19.
      "Governor-General Had Varied Career", p. 22.
      "Cairn Marks Fine Home of Early Era", p. 22.
      "To Preserve Historic Homes", p. 22.
      "Big Housemovers are Prime Drawing Card", by Alex Mullin, p. 23.
      "Long Sault Spillway Dam Vital Unit", p. 23.
      "Main Dates St. Lawrence Project Story", p. 23.
      "Montreal Area Sees Big Work", p. 24.
      "Vast Drainage System Involved", p. 24.
      "Trees Disappear in Seaway Valley", p. 24.
      "Bus Tours of Project Available", p. 24.
      "Alexandria Bay Big Attraction for Tourist", p. 24.
      "Seaway Building Progressing", p. 25.
      "May Have Method of Beating Ice", p. 25.
      "3,500,000 Tons of Aggregate", p. 25.
76B     "Twin Function Iroquois Dam", p.25.
      "Big Moving Task Nearly Ended Now", p. 26.
      "Dredge Canal at Welland", p. 27.
      "The Call of the River", by L.F. Quig, p. 27.
      "Seaway to Cut Sailing Time", p. 27.
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      "U.S. Works Keep Pace", p. 27.
      "Plan Big Ship to Fit Seaway", p. 27.
      "Huge Dykes to Confine Power Pool", p. 30.
      "Lengthy Dyke Protects Plant", p. 30.
      "Cornwall Canal Shows Strong Tourist Appeal", p. 31.
      "Power Dam Ranks Second in World", p. 31.
      "Iroquois Lock Nears Completion", by Hal Lee, p. 31.
      "St. Lawrence One of World's Largest", p. 31.
      "Few Game Fish in Rapids Area", p. 34.
      "3.5 Mile Cornwall Dyke Set for Completion in November", p. 34.
      "New Bridge to Span River's South Channel", p. 36.
      "Hydro Project Big Magnet For Tourists", p. 36.
      "Seaway Costs Near Billion", p. 36.
      "Want Special Seaway Stamp", p. 37.
      "`Gentleman' Tops Them All", p. 37.
      "Two Seaway Locks Set for Beauhornois Beauharnois", p. 38.
    DAILY STANDARD-FREEHOLDER. February 11, 1956.
      "St. Lawrence Development Planning is Unique in Ontario Hydro History", by Richard L. Hearn,
     p. 21.
      "St. Lawrence Riverfront Face Being Transformed by Seaway", by Lionel Chevrier, p. 21.
    PROGRESS EDITION. Daily Standard-Freeholder. February 9, 1957.
    "Seaway Authority Aiding in Cornwall's Progress", by Lionel Chevrier, p. 14.
      "Power Project to Near Big Goal At End of '57", by C.G.W. MacIntosh, p. 14.
      "Cornwall Termed Canada's Seaway Capital          of the Future", by George Marler, p. 14.
      "Roosevelt Bridge Travel Marks Set",      p. 20.
      "Prosperous Development Era Opening For Seaway Valley", by Hon. W. M. Nickle, p. 29.
      "Long Sault Parkway Work Well Under Way", by Hon. George H. Chailles, p. 35.
    INUNDATION EDITION. Daily Standard-Freeholder, June 28, 1958. An Historical Issue Tracing
     the Conception and Progress of the Giant Project.
      "I-Day Ceremonies Cover 4 Days", p. 2.
      "Runaway Barge Shoots the Rapids", p. 2.
      "Giant Canal Near Massena", p. 2.
      "Hydro Had Early Start on Project", p. 2.
      "Ice Causes First Major Accident", p. 2.
      "Water Supply System Costs $7,000,000", p. 2.
      "An Historic Time", by Lesile Frost, Prime Minister of Canada, p. 2.
      "Lobbying Proves Costly", p. 2.
      "Forecasts Work Force of 15,000", p. 2.
      "Entire Seaway Opens Next Year", p. 2.
      "Robertson Home First to Disappear", p. 2.
      "Thirty-Ton Blast Marks New Era in Seaway Valley", p. 3.
      "Prime Minister's Tribute", by John Diefenbaker, p. 3.
      "Two U.S. Seaway Locks Located Near Mas           sena", p. 3.
      "Rules Against Mass Grave Location", p. 3.
      "Scope of Rehabilitation Work Has Few Precedents", p. 4.
      "House-mover Sensation in Valley", p. 4.
      "Box Score of Rehab Program", p. 4.
76B     "River-Stage Gauges Placed by Frogmen", p. 4.
      "Kytoons" Used for Soundings", p. 4.
      "Buildings of Two Cofferdams Beset With Many Difficulties", p. 4.
      "Lookouts Draw Thousands", p. 5.
      "Valley's Plant Life Studied", p. 5.
      "H.H. Roberts is Named Town Planner", p. 5.
      "Labrador Ore is Linked With Seaway", p. 5.
      "Polley's Bay Beach Area is Replaced", p. 5.
      "Concrete Placing Fast Job", p. 6.
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      "First Family to Reside in New Town", p. 6.
      "Vital Part Played by Project Models", p. 6.
      "Powerhouse Engineer Ex-Mountain Climber", p. 6.
      "Burn Eight Buildings to Test Fire Action", p. 7.
      "Diamond Drilling in 1953", p. 7.
      "Short Lively Career for Review Board", p. 7.
      "Giant Towers Carry Lines Across River", p. 7.
      "Vast Collections of Old Books, Documents in New Locations", p. 7.
      "Famed Apple Centre at Iroquois Vanishes", p. 7.
      "Park Lands Acquired on U.S. Side", p. 7.
      "Councillors Reimbursed by Hydro", p. 7.
      "Odd-shaped Building Demolished", p. 8.
      "Find Historic Shells on Dried Rapids Bed", p. 8.
      "Models Show $90 Million Rehab Scheme", p. 8.
      "Highway 2 Relocation Speedy Job", p. 8.
      "Hydro's Rehab Plans Unveiled at Iroquois", p. 8.
      "Many Attend Shopping Centre Rites", p. 8.
      "FDR Staunch Supporter of Seaway", p. 8.
      "How Town of Ingleside Got its Name", p. 8.
      "Expropriation of Land Began Early", p. 8.
      "8 Modern Schools Built in `Valley'", p. 9.
      "Rehab Plans Bring Protest at Morrisburg", p. 9.
      "Had Charge of Giant Work Force", p. 9.
      "Youngs House First Moved West of City", p. 9.
      "Labor Pack Involves 17 Unions", p. 9.
      "Hydro `Admin' Centre Opened in May '55", p. 9.
      "Modern Low Rent Housing", p. 10.
      "Much Unrest In Valley At Start of Project", p. 10.
      "Acquire Land for Canadian Seaway Route',          p. 10.
      "Former Farm Yields Sand, Aggregate", p. 10.
      "Legion Home at Cardinal Hit by Seaway", p. 10.
      "Morrisburg Shopping Centre Opening Memorable Occasion", p. 11.
      "Many Cottages Forced to Relocate", p.11.
      "35 Million Watch TV Seaway Show", p. 11.
      "Hydro Set Up Shop in Old Mill", p. 11.
      "Relocation of Cemetery Major Task", p. 11.
      "Expect First Power Week After Flooding", by C.G.W. MacIntosh, p. 13.
      "Hydro Host at Giant Luncheon", p. 13.
      "Colorful Ceremonies Launch Big Project", by Jack Owens, p. 13.
      "950,000 Cu. Yards of Concrete", p. 13.
      "Mutual Understanding Was Key to Success", p. 13.
      "Project Brings Mixed Blessings to City", by Hal Lee, p. 14.
      "Ex-Hydro Chairman One of Top Engineers", Daily Standard-Freeholder, June 28, 1958, p. 14.
      "W.C.B. District Office Located Here in 1954", Daily Standard-Freeholder, June 28, 1958, p. 14.
      "River Flow is Uniform", Daily Standard-Freeholder, June 28, 1958, p. 14.
      "Free Trade Plan Established Early", Daily Standard-Freeholder, June 28, 1958, p. 16.
76B      "William Hogg Field Chief For 3 Years", Daily Standard-Freeholder, June 28, 1958, p. 16.
      "Hydro Chief Dies in Plane Crash", Daily Standard-Freeholder, June 28, 1958, p. 16.
      "Call Tenders Early for Power Project", Daily Standard-Freeholder, June 28, 1958, p. 16.
      "Historic Seawy Bill Is Signed", Daily Standard-Freeholder, June 28, 1958, p. 17.
      "Delay, Frustration Mark Seaway History", p. 17.
      "Barnhart Island Has Colorful Past", by Alex Mullin, p. 18.
      "Wartime Lessons Place Seaway in `New Light', by Eric Cavaliero, p. 18.
      "Last Barnhart Island Born Will Return", p. 18.
    "All-Canadian Seaway Plan Amazes U.S.", p. 18.
      "Historic Seaway Bill Meets Defeat in 1934", p. 19.
                                                                                        49
      "Jet Economy "Fantastic"", p. 19.
      "Navigation Power Costs Allocated", p. 19.
      "Seaway `Release' Held 20 Years", p. 19.
      "`Teething Troubles' Began Back in 1920", p. 19.
      "Dickinson's Landing Once Thriving Port", p. 20.
      "Now Just a Memory, Aultsville Once a Busy Industrial Centre", p. 21.
      "`The Day of Fulfillment,'" p. 21.
      "City Boasts Modern Purification Plant", p. 21.
      "Peanut Roaster, Big Ice Cream Scoop Relics of the `Old Days'," p. 21.
      "Caldwell-Hydro Pack Settles Rehab Issue", p. 22.
      "Sheek Island Relics Reveal Weird Rites", by Robert Rice, p. 22.
      "Transmission Line Erection Tough Task", p. 22.
      "2 `Drops' Were Recorded in Moving", p. 22.
      "Compensation Issue `Hot One' at Outset", p. 22.
      "Valley Fears Fade", p. 23.
      "British Engineers Began Canal Chain Late 18th Century", p. 23.
      "Central Employment Bureau Important Cog in Project", by Howard Fullard, p. 24.
      "A Shining Example", p. 24.
      "Long History Morrisburg Music Hall", p. 24.
      "Nostalgic Scenes in Seaway Valley", pictorial, p. 26.
      "Brooks House Famous as Furniture Centre", p. 26.
      "Last Major Concrete Pour March 7", p. 26.
      "Is "Long" or "Longue" Right Way?" p. 26.
      "Former Dixson House Tops in Architecture", p. 27.
      "Project Hospital Closes", p. 27.
      "Art, Architecture Students Probe Area Pioneer Dwellings", p. 27.
      "Giant Dyke Impresses Bernhard", p. 27.
      "Ferry Makes Possible Old Bridge Removal", p. 28.
      "Museum has Fine Array of Old Relics", p. 28.
      "CKSF Plans Blanket Coverage for I-Days",          p. 28.
      "Temporary Bridge Job is Triumph For Engineering", Mary Anderson, p. 29.
      "Valley Gets Dial Phones", p. 29.
      "A Firmer Friendship", p. 29.
      "Iroquois Boasts Fine Religious Background", p. 30.
      "Veteran Engineer Project Chief", p. 30.
      "Explosion to Travel Via Radio to Homes All Across Canada", p. 32.
      "Blast Will Mark New Milestone in Colorful Story", Mary Anderson, p. 32.
      "James Watt's Life Has Cornwall Link", Eric Cavaliero, p. 33.
      "18 Cemeteries Are Moved Flooded Area", p. 33.
      "Dream of Millions Is Coming True", p. 35.
      "Battle of Crysler's Farm Highlights River History", p.35.
      "J.P. Porter Specialists in Dredging", p. 35.
      "`Historic Disneyland' At New Crysler Park", Jack Owens, p. 35.
      "Nine Major Parks Will Be Created in Seaway Valley", p. 35.
      "An `If' Becomes Reality", p. 35.
76B     "The Apple-Wood Cross", by Dorothy Dumbrille, p. 36.
      "Cold Spell No Damper On Pouring", p. 36.
      "To Dedicate Cemetery", p. 36.
      "Chailles, Drew On `Honor Roll' Of Power Project", by Don O'Hearn, p. 37.
      "Early Rising Necessary to See I-Day Blasting", p. 37.
      "Question Legality of Closure", p. 37.
      "Payment For Water Plan Live Issue", p. 38.
      "Canal Career Ended", p. 38.
      "Denuded Wasteland Stirs Sad Memories", p. 39.
      "The Future-& The Past", p. 39.
      "Over Million Visitors", p. 40.
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     "Famed Edgehill Hall Had Colorful History", p. 41.
     "Chronology Lists Principal Dates", p. 42.
     "Farm Field Vital Link in Operations", p. 42.
     "St. Lawrence State Park Taking Shape", p. 42.
     "Cottage Dwellers Must Go", p. 42.
     "How Powerhouse Will Operate", p. 43.
     "Giant Dredge for Seaway", p. 43.
     "Schedule of Tolls For Seven Seaway Locks Announced", p. 44.
     "See Visitors to U.S. Project At Million", p. 44.
     "Change For Better Warner Family Says", p. 45.
     "Derrick Lifts Over 300 Tons", p. 45.
    PROGRESS EDITION. Daily Standard-Freeholder. February 14, 1959.
     "Ontario Hydro Annual Expansion Continues at $200 Million Rate", James S. Duncan, p. 30.
     "Seaway Saga On, Cornwall Canal Closed Forever", p. 30.
     "Seaway Boom For Duluth?", p. 30.
     "Deep-Water Shipping Route to Lakes Finally Realized", by Allan Kent, p. 32.
     "Major Industries Showing Interest in Seaway Valley", by H.D. Callan, p. 33.
     "Bridge Looks For Much Busier Year", p. 34.
     "Grain, Ore Top Seaway Commodities", by Allan Kent, p. 36.
     "Welland Canal Has Busy Year", p. 36.
     "Parks Development Will Be Continued", by William M. Nickle, p. 14.
     "St. Lawrence Seaway Will Open in Spring", by B. J. Roberts, p. 14.
     "Trade Impact of Seaway to Be Gradual", by Allan Kent, p. 14.
     "Mayor Sees Bright Future For `Valley'", by Mayor L. G. Lavigne, p. 18.
     "Duluth Ready to Reap Golden Seaway Harvest", p. 19.
    CORNWALL WELCOMES HER MAJESTY. Royal Souvenir Edition. Daily Standard-Free-holder,
     June 27, 1959.
     "Cleveland Far-sighted on Seaway", p. 2.
     "Detroit Due to Benefit From Seaway", p. 2.
     "Increase in Draught is Announced", p. 2.
     "New Lake Creation Witnessed by 70,000", p. 8.
     "New Era On Lakes Underway", p. 8.
     "Watching Seaway Pattern", p. 10.
     "Lakehead Terminal For Grain", p. 10.
     "First Ships Through the Seaway", p. 10.
     "'59 Seaway Tonnage 25 Million?", p. 11.
     "Three Rivers Has Modern Port Setup", p. 11.
     "Ice-free Seaway Possible", p. 11.
     "Six Fine Beaches on New Lakefront", p. 13.
     "$40 Million is Spent by Hamilton", p. 13.
     "Seaway Facilities Extend From Montreal to Welland", p. 14.
     "Installed Capacity is Second Largest", p. 15.
76B    "New Seaway Map Issued by Authority", p. 17.
     "Vast Expenditures Tied With Seaway", p. 18.
     "Upper Canada Village Woman's Handiwork", p. 18.
     "River Key Point in Our Progress", p. 23.
     "Chrysler's Farm Battlefield Covered by New Lake Waters", p. 24.
     "Duluth Second to N.Y. Total Cargo Tonnage", p. 26.
     "Start Soon on New North Span Bridge", p. 31.
     "Engineers Named for Seaway Areas Named", p. 34.
     "Thousands to Visit Hub of the Seaway", by John Gordon, p. 37.
     "Rochester To Be Busy Seaway Port", p. 37.
     "Will Seaway Open Ontario Market to Nova Scotia Coal?", p. 37.
     "Opportunities Galore Due For Montreal", p. 38.
     "Waterway A Dream Realized to Open Northwest Passage", p. 40.
    The above Canadian Newspapers and articles can be found in Box 76-B
                                                                                               51

77          B. ST. LAWRENCE PHOTOGRAPHS
            1-2 Seaway Construction Photos--Ontario Hydro--SL series & SLA series.

             St. Lawrence Seaway Photographs

77B   1-2   Seaway Construction Photos--Ontario Hydro--SLB and "G" series.
      3     Seaway Photos--Smith's Photographs Series of Morrisburg Ontario.
      4     The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority.

78          St. Lawrence Seaway Photographs (Folders 1-16)
            1-16 Photos show construction and earth-moving on the St. Lawrence Seaway project during the
               1950's including Eisenhower Lock and the power dam. Some of the photos are from Power
               Authority of the State of New York and the Seaway Development Corporation.
            2 Photos show loading and unloading of ocean-going vessels as well as Seaway construction and
               earthmoving. Also a photo of John C. Beukema.
              also found in CONTAINER #78 are numerous other photographs (8x10): most show the construction
               phase in the International Section of the St. Lawrence River during the 1950's.

79    1-17 C. ASSORTED SEAWAY MATERIAL
      1 Speeches and Addresses relating to the St. Lawrence Seaway
           "The St. Lawrence Seaway", an address by Minister of Transport, Mr. Lionel Chevrier, delivered to
            the Canadian Association of Real Estate Boards, October 6, 1952.
           Summary of an address by Mr. O.E. Fleming President of the Canadian Deep Waterways & Power
            Association, before a joint meeting of the Border Chamber of Commerce and the Real Estate Board,
            May 23, 1928.
           "Fishing For a Waterways Yardstick", address by Samuel Botsford, Executive Vice-president,
            Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, before Railway Business Association, November 19, 1930.
      2 The Canadian Deep Waterways & Power Association
           "The St. Lawrence Route and Canada's Import Trade", The Canadian Deep Water ways and Power
            Commission. statement presented to the International Joint Commission, March 30, 1921. pamphlet.
79    3 The Sanitary District of Chicago
           The Sewerage System of Chicago. by C. D. Hill. Sewage Disposal in the U.S. and Abroad. by
            Langdon Pearse. Reprinted from the Journal of the Western Society of Engineers September, 1911.
            Issued by the Sanitary District of Chicago, 1911.
      4 The St. Lawrence Seaway: The Realization Of a Mighty Dream. Reproduced in its entirety from the
            1954 Annual Report. Distillers Corporation-Seagram Ltd. 40 pages, 2 copies.
      5 Catalog of Charts of the Great Lakes and Connecting Waters Also Lake Champlain New York Canals
            Minnesota-Ontario Border Lakes. Published by U.S. Lake Survey, 1955 edition, 18 pages.
      6 The Lakes-To-The Gulf Deep Waterway Association.
           The Deep Waterway Between the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico. October 1911, 47 pages.
      7 "A Summary of the Project to Improve and Complete The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and
            Power Project." 11 pages.
      8 "The St. Lawrence Deep-Waterway Project", Speech of Hon. Arthur H. Vandenberg in the Senate of
            the United States, Monday May 29, 1933. Congressional Record. 73rd Congress, First Session.
      9 "Chronology of Action Taken in Connection the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Development", no source
            given no date, 8 pages.
      10 "Welland Ship Canal: 1931", typescript. 22 pages.
      11 Power Authority of the State of New York "Report on New York State Power Development",
            December 31, 1962. pamphlet. 10 pp.
          Bonds prospectus. Power Authority of the State of New York, Smith, Barney & Co., circular date
            December 21,1954.
          Threate at Niagara. The Power Authority of the State of New York. Reprint of the Joint Hearings
            Before the Subcommittee on Flood Control and Rivers and Harbors of the United States Senate and
            the Committee on Public Works of the House of Representatives, 83rd Congress, First Session.
                                                                                                          52
        Statement of Chairman Frank P. Walsh, Before the Subcommittee on Foreign Relations at Hearings on
           the St. Lawrence Treaty. presented orally, December 13-14, 1932, 30 pages.
        "Power?", The New York State Power Authority. brochure.
        "St. Lawrence and Niagara Power" address by Robert Moses, Chairman of the Power Authority of the
           State of New York, at a meeting of the American Society of Civil Engineers, October 15, 1957.
        Niagara Power and Local Taxes. Power Authority of the State of New York, December 2, 1957,
           report. 45 pages.
        "St. Lawrence Power Project: Data and Statistics", Organized by Uhl, Hall and Rich for Power
           Authority of the State of New York.
        Recreation, Housing, Highways and Related Matters. St. Lawrence Power. The New York State
           Power Authority. December 1954.
        Niagara Power Park and Arterial Development. The Power Authority of the State of New York.
           September 28, 1956.
        Power Progress: St. Lawrence-Niagara. 25th Annual Report. The Power Authority of the State of New
           York, December 1955. 2 copies.
        Power Progress: St. Lawrence-Niagara. 26th Annual Report. The Power Authority of the State of New
           York, January 28, 1957.
        Four Years of Construction Progress August, 1954-August, 1958. 36 pp.

          The following materials from the Power Authority of the State of New York were originally
           included in the University Series of the St. Lawrence Seaway Collection. Since they already exist
           in other series in this collection, they have been deleted from this location. The deleted materials
           are listed below, with a notation of where the information can be found.

79      St. Lawrence Power Project: Construction Progress. The Power Authority of the State of New York. Originally
            ten monthly issues were part of the University Series; July-December 1956 January, February, April, and May
            1957. See Container # 64.
          Power Marketing. Report of the Power Authority of the State of New York. See Container # 66.
          St. Lawrence Reforestation, Parks and Recreation. The Power Authority of the State of New York. December,
            1955. See Container # 66.
          St. Lawrence Power. The New York State Power Authority. August 10, 1954. See Container # 66.
             Niagara Power and Park Development. New York State Power Authority. December 1954. See Container #
            65.

     12 The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association
             The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway News. published by the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence
           Tidewater Association.
                      January 2, 1926                   April 2, 1932
                      May 29, 1926                      April 9, 1932
                      July 6, 1929                      April 16, 1932
                      March 19, 1929                    April 30, 1932
     13 "Memorandum with Appendices on the St. Lawrence Route", submitted to Sir Hector L. Langevin,
           February, 1888, 56 pages.
     14 Annual Report of the Inland Waterways Corporation Calendar Year 1925, issued by Brig. Gen.
           T.Q. Ashburn.
     15 Convention Report. Water Power Development Committee 1927-28. National Electric Light
           Association. To be presented at the Fifty-first Convention, June 4-8, 1928.
     16 "Inland Waterways: The Answer of the Railroads to the Mississippi Valley Association",
           Memorandum for Honorable John Dickinson Assistant Secretary of Commerce. submitted by the
           Association of Railway Executives, 1933.
     17 Miscellaneous
        "The Feast of St. Lawrence", church program. Gunnison Chapel, St. Lawrence University, August 10,
           1927.
        "Relative Sizes of Major American Power Developments", chart.
        "Welcome to Massena: `The Aluminum City'" Massena Chamber of Commerce, 1950, pamphlet. 15pp.
        "St. Lawrence Area: Industrial Sites" New York Central Railroad System, 1957, booklet. 68 pp.
                                                                                               53
     "Skyway to Canada: The 1000 Islands Bridge", tourism pamphlet, includes map of the Northeastern
        United States, Southern Ontario, and part of Southern Quebec, circa. 1940.

80   Seaway Development Corporation
       Annual Reports. The St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1960.
        Cataloged separately. See Rare Book Collection: call number: HD1694.A2

     Ontario Hydro - St. Lawrence Power
      A free publication for the employees of Ontario Hydro and contractors' workforces involved in the
       construction of the St. Lawrence Power Project.
          St. Lawrence Power. 1957 issues.               St. Lawrence Power. 1958 issues.

81   Maps
      St. Lawrence River Power Project. International Rapids Section. Power Authority of the State of
       New York, 1948.
      Public Works Department Maps. 2 volumes;
        1889-90; contents; 35 maps relating to snow & ice conditions on the St. Lawrence River, 1886-87.
        1891-92, contains 18 maps on water level and course of St. Lawrence River c. 1890
      "Massena, New York Site of St. Lawrence River Power and Seaway", 2 copies.
      Bibliography

      Scrapbook
      "A Story of Timber Rafting on the St. Lawrence", by E. R. Barrows, St. Lawrence Class of 1894.
       photos and short typescript.

       The following items, which were originally included in the University Series, have been deleted
       since they can be found elsewhere in the Seaway Collection. Following the item, you will find the
       container and folder numbers where the item can be found.

      St. Lawrence Seaway FACTSHEET. Vol. 1, No.8, May 1959. See CONTAINER NO. 56,
      FOLDER NO. 7.
      Joint Resolution. S.J. Res. 111. 80th Congress, 1st Session. In the Senate of United States, May 9,
       1947. See CONTAINER NO. 74, FOLDER NO. 9.
      "St. Lawrence Power and Seaway Projects", New York State Commerce Review, Vol. 8, No. 11,
       November 1954, 20pp. 2 copies. See CONTAINER #59 FOLDER #7.
                                                                                                  54

IV. THE REED SERIES
82   1-21 A. STATE AND PRIVATE AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS

          The Power Authority of the State of New York

     1    Supplement to Application of the Power Authority of the State of New York to the Federal Power
           Commission. For a License under the Federal Power Act for a Power Project to be Located in St.
           Lawrence County, State of New York. For development of the International Rapids Section of the
           St. Lawrence River. 1948. 2 copies.
     2    "The Federal-State Accord On New York State's Public Power Project", Legislation to Authorize
           Completion of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Development. Official Statements
           by President Harry S. Truman and Governor Thomas E. Dewey. Power Authority of the State of
           New York, October, 1945
     3    "The St. Lawrence Development and New York State Power Project". Official Statements of
           Governors and Other Public Comments by Representative Citizens in New York State. Presented
           by the Power Authority of the State of New York at Public Hearings of the Committee on
          Public Works, United States House of Representatives, July 16, 1947 in support of the St. Lawrence
           Project Resolution, H. J. Res. 192.
     4    Brief of the State of Vermont relating to the Application of The Power Authority of the State of New
           York to the Federal Power Commission. Project No. 2000. For a license under the Federal Power
           Act for a Power project to be located in St. Lawrence County, State of New York, for development
           of the International Rapids Section of the St. Lawrence River.
     5    Statement adopted by the Trustees of the Power Authority of the State of New York for presentation
           at public hearings of a subcommittee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, 79th Congress, 2nd
           Session, on the United States-Canadian Agreement of March 19, 1941 to complete the Great Lakes-
           St. Lawrence Project.
     6    The Federal-State Accord on the St. Lawrence Project. Compiled from the Public Papers of Franklin
           D. Roosevelt as Governor of New York, 1929-1932, and as President of the United States, 1933-
           1945. The Power Authority of the State of New York.
     7    Memorandum to the Committee on Rivers and Harbors of the House of Representatives, from the
           Power Authority of the State of New York. in regard to H.R. 8327, a Bill to Legalize an Annual
           Average Diversion of 5,000 cubic second feet from Lake Michigan into the Mississippi River,
           March 8, 1938.
     8    St. Lawrence Power Project. Engineering reports by Uhl, Hall and Rich, by the Power Authority of
           the State of New York, 22 pages plus charts, graphs and maps.
     9    Promotional literature
     10   Minutes and notes of the Trustees of The Power Authority of the State of New York, 1940.
82   11   Revised Resolution. U.S. S.J. 104. Memorandum Respecting the Approval, by Concurrent
           Legislation of the Senate and House of Representatives, of an Agreement Between the United States
           and the Dominion of Canada, March 19, 1941, With particular reference to the Aiken Bill. George
           S. Reed, of the New York State Bar, and also trustee of the Power Authority of the State of New
           York.
     12   "Historical Chronology on the St. Lawrence Project Including References to Principal Surveys
           Reports, Treaties, Agreements, and Legislation 1907-1947." Presented by the Power Authority of
           the State of New York at Public Hearings of the Committee on Public Works, United States House
           of Representatives, July 16, 1947, in Support of the St. Lawrence Project Resolution, H. J. Res. 192.
     13   "Legislative Chronology: St. Lawrence Project 1902-1948. A Chronological Synopsis of Legislation
           Concerning The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project. Prepared by the Research and
           Publications Division, The Power Authority of the State of New York, 1948.
     14   Minutes, Monthly Statements of the Trustees of The Power Authority of the State of New York,
           1942.
82   15   "Survey of the Proposed St. Lawrence Power Project", The Power Authority of the State of New
           York, 18 pages. includes cover letter to Mr. Reed, dated 1946.
                                                                                                   55
     16    "Recommendations For Completion of the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project", Excerpts from
            Public Statements of Presidents, Cabinet Officials and Government Agencies. Presented by the
            Power Authority of the State of New York at Public Hearings of the Committee on Public Works,
            United States House of Representatives, July 16, 1947, in support of the St. Lawrence Project
            Resolution, H. J. Res. 192.
     17    "Memorandum on Water Power at Niagara", prepared by George S. Reed, Trustee, The Power
            Authority of the State of New York, March 23, 1935.
     18    Memorandum of George S. Reed, Trustee, in State of New York, Supreme Court, County of Niagara,
            24 pages plus appendix.
     19    "Memorandum on Development of Boundary Waters Between the United States and Canada. George
            S. Reed, Trustee, New York State Power Authority.
     20    Brief of the Power Authority of the State of New York. State of New York Court of Appeals, The
            Water Power and Control Commission vs. The Niagara Falls Power Company, May 23, 1942.
     21   Maps
           "Transmission Distances From New York State Power Project"
           "The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Project: Works Required for Completion", 1946. 2 copies.
           "The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project: Works Required for Completion", plus 3
            pages of written information, 3 copies.
           "Map Showing Cities of Over 25,000 Population within 325 Miles of Four Major American Power
            Projects. 1 page.
           Map depicting 36 hydro-power projects in progress or under consideration throughout the United
            States, Power Authority of the State of New York,1946.
           "Transmission Distances From New York State Power Project", Power Authority of the State of New
            York, 1948.
           "Major Hydroelectric Power Developments Recently Completed, Now Under Construction, or
            Available For Post-War Use", Power Authority of the State of New York, 1945.
82   21    "St. Lawrence River Project: International Rapids Section, General Plan" Reproduced by the Power
            Authority of the State of New York, 1948, 2 copies.

           The following items which were originally part of the Reed Series have been deleted because they
            can be found in another part of The St. Lawrence Seaway Collection;

           Power Marketing. report of the Power Authority of the State of New York. January 1957. See CONTAINER #
            40.66
           Niagara Power Park and Arterial Development. The Power Authority of the State of New York, September,
            1956. See CONTAINER #79 FOLDER #11.

83        The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Commission of Minnesota
           "A Sea Base For the Marooned Continent", A Diplomatic, Engineering and Financial Undertaking",
            address by Charles P. Craig, Executive Director of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater
            Association delivered at the annual meeting of the Duluth Chamber of Commerce, October 16,
            1928. See CONTAINER #58 FOLDER #5.
           "World Trade Via Lakes Route", an address by Dr. R.S. McElwee, Director of Foreign and Domestic
            Commerce, delivered before the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Congress July 23, 1920.
           "Concerning the Seaway and the Treaty", Bulletin No. 51. prepared by Charles J. McManus, in
            charge of Transportation and Research. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association. Revised
            March 1936. 20 pages.
           "Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Deep Waterway Treaty", A review of hearings before the Senate Foreign
            Relations Committee. Bulletin No. 53. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association, March
            1933, 68 pages.
83         "New England and the Seaway Treaty: Including a review of Adverse New England Who and Why."
            Bulletin No. 52. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association. January 1933, 35 pp.
           "Will the Ships Come?: Coastwise Traffic Between Great Lakes and Seaboard when St. Lawrence is
            Open." Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association, no date, 16 pages.
           "Mid-Continental Transportation: Which Shall it Be Railroads Only to the Sea or A Sea Road into a
            Continent?", Bulletin No. 41. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association, July 1929, 20 pp.
                                                                                             56
       "Analyzing the Factors: Channels, Ships, Costs, Traffic on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Route-
        Observations on the Further Improvement of the Bottle-neck in the Lakes-to-Ocean Route, and of
        the Ships and Cargoes Now Moving through the St. Lawrence Channels on the Hypothesis that
        Whatever Is, Is Feasible." Bulletin No. 43. by John Stone Pardee. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence
        Tidewater Association, March 1930, 35 pages.        See CONTAINER #58 FOLDER #5.
       "Transportation: A Continental System", Review of Hearings Before the International Joint
        Commission in Respect to The Improvement of the St. Lawrence. published by the Great Lakes-St.
        Lawrence Tidewater Association, November, 1921, 93 pages.
       Statement of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Association, Before the International Joint Commission.
        Docket No. 68. In regard: The Applications of the United States and Canada, dated June 30, 1952,
        for Construction of Electric Power Generating Works in the International Rapids Section of the St.
        Lawrence River. 14 pages.
       "The St. Lawrence Waterway and the Northwest", address by Governor Theodore Christianson of
        Minnesota, delivered to the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Congress, January 5, 1926.
        published by the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association.
84   International Joint Commission
       Papers Relating to the Work of the International Joint Commission. Ottawa, Canada, 1929. 171 pp.
       Interim Order, Opinions, and Hearings. In the matter of the Application of the St. Lawrence River
        Power Company, International Joint Commission, Ottawa, Canada, 1919, 302 pages.
       New York-Ontario Power Priority Project As it Will Appear Completed. Major Works in the
        International Rapids Section. Applications to the International Joint Commission by the Power
        Authority of the State of New York and by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, July,
        1948.
85   The Sanitary District of Chicago
       Report on the Diversion of Water from Lake Michigan by the Chicago Sanitary District. 1924.
       The following softbound reports by and about the Sanitary District of Chicago are also found in
        CONTAINER # 85:
       "A Review of the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal with Suggestions for a Harbor" an address before
        the Chicago Real Estate Board by John W. Alvood, Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineer, Chicago,
        March 20, 1908.
       Water Power Development. Report by the Commission on Sewage Disposal and Water Power
        Development. Chicago, December, 1914, 105 pages,
       "Sanitary District of Chicago: A Concise Report on Organization, Resources, Constructive Work,
        Method and Progress, May 1904, 33 pages.
       "The Electrical Report of The Sanitary District of Chicago", Gardner S. Williams, Consulting
        Engineer, Special Edition: 1917, 186 pages.
       "Intercepting Sewer Construction in the Northern Part of the Sanitary District of Chicago: Methods
        of Work and Cost Data," by H. R. Abbott, Assistant Engineer, Sanitary District of Chicago, June
        1917. [Reprint from the Journal of the Western Society of Engineers.] 31 pages.
       "Engineering Facts concerning The Sanitary District of Chicago", May 1923.
       "Engineering Works", The Sanitary District of Chicago, August 1928.
       "Report on Sewage Disposal", George M. Wisner, The Sanitary District of Chicago, October 12, 1911.
       "The Lake Lowering Controversy and a Program of Remedial Measures: Recommendations
        including a brief statement of findings and conclusions." The Engineering Board of Review of the
        Sanitary District of Chicago, December 1924, 17 pages.
       "Report of the Engineering Board of Review of the Sanitary District of Chicago on the Lake
        Lowering Controversy. Part II: The Technical Bases for the Recommendations of the Board of
        Review. January 23, 1925.
85     "Report of the Engineering Board of Review of the Sanitary District of Chicago on the Lake
        Lowering Controversy and a Program of Remedial Measures Part III-Appendix I. Sewage Disposal;
        An appendix to accompany Chapter IV of Part II." The Sanitary District of Chicago, February,
        1925.
       "Report of the Engineering Board of Review of the Sanitary District of Chicago on the Lake
        Lowering Controversy and a Program of Remedial Measures, Part III-Appendix II, Hydrology of the
        Great Lakes", Robert E Horton in collaboration      with C.E. Grunksy, The Sanitary District of
        Chicago, 1927.
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86   1-2 B. SPEECHES AND CORRESPONDENCE OF GEORGE S. REED

     1   Speeches of George S. Reed on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project
           1934-December-Lowville Kiwanis Club
           1936-Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce -St. Lawrence County Supervisor's Meeting.
           1939-Jan. 19-Watertown-Community Forum 2 copies.
           1940-March 26-Watertown-Answer to Roper debate, 2 copies.
           1941-March 19-Ogdensburg-League of Women Voters
               -June 14-Ogdensburg-for Governor Lehman (missing 4/22/76)
           1944-June 21-Gouverneur-Chamber of Commerce, 2 copies.
           1946-June 6-Chicago-Annual Meeting of the Great Lakes Harbors Association
           1947-October 22-Watertown-Rotary Club
           1948-April 5-Albany-Torch Club
               -July-Watertown-Lions Club
         2 Correspondence
             Harold B. Johnson, Editor and Publisher, Watertown Daily Times, to Mr. George S. Reed, t.l.s.
            March 24, 1941.
86   2     Memorandum in Respect to Chicago Diversion. signed by George S. Reed. n.d. 1 page.
             Maurice P. Davidson, fellow Trustee of the Power Authority of the State of New York to George S.
            Reed, t.l.s. June 4, 1940.

87       C. BOOKLETS AND PAMPHLETS
             "Closer Markets for the Farmer Through Water Power Development", essay. Williston Manley, 16 pp.
             Waterway Wisdom. brochure. The National Rivers and Harbors Congress, 78 pages.
             New England and the St. Lawrence Seaway. Henry I. Harriman, President, Boston Chamber of
            Commerce, Boston, Massachusetts, 1929, 151 pages.
             State of New York. The Conservation Law in relation to Water Power as amended to the close of
            the regular session of 1933.
          "The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project", Tom Ireland, 1946, 61 pages.

          D. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS PERTINENT TO THE SEAWAY
88        U.S. Congress. Senate. Survey of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project, Vol. I.
           Doc. No. 116, 73d Congress, 2d Session, 1934. 646pp.
            U.S. Congress. Senate. Survey of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project, Vol.
           II. Doc. No. 116, 73d Congress, 2d Session, 1934. 706pp.
            U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. St. Lawrence Waterway. Hearings
           before a subcommittee of the Committee on Foreign Relations on S. Res. 278. 72d Congress, 2d
           Session, 1932. 904pp.
            U.S. Congress. Senate. St. Lawrence Seaway. Message from the President of the United States
           transmitting a letter from the Secretary of State submitting the report of the International Joint
           Commission concerning the improvement of the St. Lawrence River between Montreal and Lake
           Ontario for navigation and power. Document No. 114. 67th Congress, 2d session, 1922. 184 pp.
            U.S. Congress. Senate. St. Lawrence Waterway. Report of the United States and Canadian
           Government Engineers on the Improvement of the St. Lawrence River from Montreal to Lake
           Ontario made to the International Joint Commission. Doc. No. 179, 67th Congress, 2d session,
           1922, 102 pp. 2 copies.

88        U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. St. Lawrence Seaway Project. Digest of
           hearings held before a subcommittee of the Committee on Foreign Relations on S.J. Res III.. 80th
           Congress, 1st session, 1947.
            U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. St. Lawrence Seaway Project. Report
           to accompany S. J. Res. 111. Committee Print. 80th Congress, 1st session, 1946, 21pp.
            U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway
           Project. Report [to accompany S.J. Res. 111] Report no. 810. 80th Congress, 2d, Jan. 7, 1948.
           101pp. 2 copies.
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         U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. St. Lawrence Seaway Project. Hearings
        before a subcommittee of the Committee on Foreign Relations on S.J. Res. 111. 80th Congress, 1st
        session, 1947.
         U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power
        Project. Reports prepared by government agencies for a subcommittee of the Senate Foreign
        Relations Committee on questions raised during the debate on S.J. Res. 111. Committee Print. 81st
        Congress, 1st Session, 1949. 76pp. maps.
         U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. St. Lawrence Seaway Project. Hearings
        before a subcommittee of the Committee on S.J. Res. 111. 80th Congress, first session, 1947.
         U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin. Hearings
        before a subcommittee on Commerce on S. 1385. 78th Congress, 2d session, 1944. 306 pp.
         Congressional Record--Senate. St. Lawrence River Development--Memorandum Respecting
        Agreement of 1941 Between United States and the Dominion of Canada. Submitted by George S.
        Reed. December 4, 1944, pp. 8870-8874.
89     U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Public Works. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin. Hearings
        before the Committee on Public Works on H.J. Res. 192. Part I. Document No. 13. 80th Congress,
        1st Session, 1947. 165pp. 2 copies.
         U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Rivers and Harbors. Government Hydro versus Private
        Steam Power. Letter from the President of the United States transmitting a letter from Mr. Frank P.
        Walsh, Chairman, Trustee of the Power Authority of the State of New York... Document No. 52.
        75th Congress, 2d session, 1937. 72pp. 2 copies.
         U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Rivers and Harbors. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin.
        Hearings before the Committee on Rivers and Harbors on the subject of improvement of the Great
        Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project. Committee Print-Unrevised. 77th Congress, 1st
        session, 1941.
                    No. 1 June 12, 1941 94pp.                No. 11 July 3 & 7, 1941
                    No. 3 June 19, 1941                      No. 12 July 8 & 9, 1941
                    No. 4 June 20, 1941                      No. 17 July 30, 31 & August 1, 1941
         U.S. Congress. House. Diversion of water from Niagara River. Report [To accompany H.R.
        16542]. Report No. 990. 63d Congress, 2d session, 1924, 24pp.
         "Tour of Inspection of the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project by the United States House of
        Representatives Rivers and Harbors Committee", Conducted by the Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army,
        St. Lawrence River District July 19-21, 1941. unpaginated. 2 copies.
         "Photographs and Newspaper clippings to accompany brochure of tour of inspection of the St.
        Lawrence River Seaway and Power Project by the United States House of Representatives Public
        Works Committee conducted by War Department Corps of Engineers, September 15-17, 1947. 40 pp.
         U.S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Report of the Federal Trade Commission on
        the Control of Iron Ore for the Antitrust Subcommittee. December 24, 1052. 157pp.
         U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Federal Power.
        Commission. Hearing Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce on H.R. 11408.
        71st Congress, 2d session, 1930. 145pp.


90   Federal Power Commission
        "Possibilities For Redevelopment of Niagara Falls For Power". Bureau of Power. Federal Power
       Commission, September 1949. 125pp.
        The Federal Power Commission. Reply Brief on Behalf of Applicant, The Niagara Falls Power
       Company June 1, 1940. 652pp.
        The Federal Power Commission. Brief on Behalf of Licensee February 15, 1940. In the matter of
       the Niagara Falls Power Project No. 16. 138pp
        The Federal Power Commission. Brief on the Part of the Power Authority of the State of New
       York in Support of Its Petition to Intervene As A Party in the Proceedings. March 16, 1938, 13pp.
        The Federal Power Commission. Brief of the Power Authority of the State of New York. In the
       matter of the Application by The Niagara Falls Power Company to Include in Project No. 16
       Authority to Divert an Additional 275 Cubic feet of Water per Second. March 1, 1940. 38pp. 2 copies.
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            The Federal Power Commission. Brief of the State of New York on the Question of Jurisdiction of
           the Federal Power Commission. April 23, 1936. 18pp.
            The Federal Power Commission. Protest and Brief of the Power Authority of the State of New
           York in Opposition To a Permanent License to the Niagara Falls Power Company to Divert Water
           From the Niagara River. November 25, 1936. 75pp.
            The Federal Power Commission. Brief of Applicant: the Niagara Falls Power Company.
           November 26, 1936. 49pp.
            The Federal Power Commission. Brief on Behalf of Applicant The Niagara Falls Power Company.
           March 1, 1940. 168pp.
            The Federal Power Commission. Reply Brief of the Power Authority of the State of New York.
           June 1, 1940. 19pp. 2 copies.
            The Federal Power Commission. Brief on Behalf of Aluminum Company of America and the St.
           Lawrence River Power Company, Limited Participants, Including Proposed Findings. October 27,
           1948. 19pp.
90        Exhibit 51. used by Power Authority of the State of New York before the Federal Power
           Commission.
            Federal Power Commission. Project No. 16. Opinion No. 77. June 9, 1942, 46pp.
            Federal Power Commission. Project No. 2000. Engineering Report. St. Lawrence River
           International Rapids Project. Proposed by Power Authority of the State of New York. Sept. 1948.
            The Federal Power Commission. Project No. 2000. Brief for (the) National St. Lawrence Project
           Conference. In the matter of the Application of the Power Authority of the State of New York for a
           license Under the Federal Power Act For A Power Development in the St. Lawrence River. October
           1948, 44pp.
            Federal Power Commission. Project No, 2000. Main Brief of Commission Staff Counsel. In the
           matter of The Power Authority of the State of New York. October 28, 1948. 42pp.
            Federal Power Commission. Project No. 2000. Reply Brief of Commission Staff Counsel. In the
           matter of the Power Authority of the State of New York. November 12, 1948. 20pp. 2 copies.
            Federal Power Commission. Project No. 2000. Reply Brief of Applicant the Power Authority of
           the State of New York in Support of its Application. In the matter of the Power Authority of the
           State of New York. November 12, 1948 37pp.
            Federal Power Commission. Project No. 2000. Decision Upon an Application For A License
           Under the Provisions of the Federal Power Act. In the matter of the Power Authority of the State of
           New York. December 1949, 61p.
            Federal Power Commission. Project 2000. Upon an Application For A License Under Provisions
           of the Federal Power Act. In the Matter of the Power Authority of the State of New York. January
           9, 1950. 47p.

91       Other Documents Relating to the Seaway
           Supreme Court of the United States. The United States of America vs. Appalachian Electric Power
          Company. October, 1940. 24pp.
           Secretary of War. Diversion of Water from the Great Lakes and Niagara River. 1921.
           St. Lawrence Waterway Report of the Joint Board of Engineers Appointed by the Governments of
          the United States and Canada, 1926
           Report to International Joint Commission on Navigation and Power in the St. Lawrence River by
          Hugh L. Cooper & Co. (1920)
           Report of 1947Board of Engineers on Lachine Section of the St. Lawrence Waterway, 1948,
          Ottawa
           St. Lawrence Waterway Project Regulation of Outfolws and Levels of Lake Ontario, Method No.
          5. 1952, Ottawa

     Folder Petition of the Citizens of the United States…Praying the Adoption of Measures to Procure Free
           Navigation of the St. Lawrence, April 11, 1850
            The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Improvement—address by Hon. Atlee Pomerne of Ohio,
           March 30, 1922
            “Executive Committee of Associated Industries of Massachusettes Declares for Great Lakes-St.
           Lawrence Waterway and Power Project” Industry Journal reprint from March 18, 1922.
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                Report of Committee on Conflicts of Jurisdiction, Authority….New York State Bar Assoc., Jan.
               1922.
                The Way to the Sea—Book of Facts, Great Lakes Tidewiter Association, Sept. 1922
                New York State Canal System brochure
                flyer for $13,000,000 City of Montreal 5% gold bond sale, 1923
                Summary of Canal Statistics, April-November 1921, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa
                State of New York Conservation Law in relation to Water Power, 1933
                Erie Canal and Port of New York versus St. Lawrence Canals and Port of Montreal, United Real
               Estate Owners Assn., November 1922
                Member states map of Great Lakes St. Lawrence Tidewater Association, 1921
                An American Program for World Commerce, The way to the Sea (Tidewater Association, 1921)
                St. Lawrence Project (Tidewater Association, 1921)
                Advantages to be Derived from the Development of the St. Lawrence River, J.C. Churchill; F.A.
               Emerick
                The St. Lawrence Project…It’s Meaning to New England, by Henry Harriman, 1921
                The Next Great Improvement for World Commerce; What the West Wants, 1921
                International Joint Commission Application of the New York and Ontario Power
               Massena Arterial Bypass To Be Started This Year, February 3, 1955
              Seaway Operations Halted by Ice Jam
              Canada Benefit Due in Seaway
              Ike May Take Part In Seaway Ceremony
              4 More Seaway Contracts Due
              First Milk Shipped by Train From Near Theresa in 1889



92   1-13   E. MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS ON THE BACKGROUND AND EFFECTS OF THE ST.
               LAWRENCE SEAWAY

     1       Newspaper clippings.
     2       Maps
               "The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and           Power Project: Works Required for
              Completion", National Seaway Council, map plus 3 pages of related information, 3 copies.
               "Senate Vote on Seaway Treaty: March 14, 1934", map shows map of U.S. and the way each state's
              Senators voted.
               "Map of the Village of Massena, N.Y., Massena Chamber of Commerce.
               "Current Status of the St. Lawrence        Seaway", map.          See Container #75, Folder #5.
               "St. Lawrence Seaway: International Rapids Section", Saint Lawrence Development Corporation,
              November 1, 1954.
               "High Tension Interconnected Electric Systems of the United States and Canada", map. The
              Analist, June, 1931.
               "St. Lawrence Waterway: Prescott to Montreal, Plan, Showing Project for Improvement", April 9,
              1932, 2 copies.
               "Tri State Power Map", (New York-Penn.-N.J.) compiled in the main from data furnished through
              the Public Service Commission of each State, 1929. rolled and stored in Archives map area
              labeled #10.
     3      Publications
               Utility Records of the Presidential Candidates: A Non-Partisan Analysis for the information of the
              voters by Judson King published by The National Popular Government League, Bulletin No. 175.
              May 1936.
               Northern New York Utilities Inc.: Yearbook 1924. 27p.
92   3       Water Power in New York State: What its Development will Mean For the Public. Empire State Gas
              and Electric Association, 1936.
             Tommy Trent’s ABC’s of the Seaway (5 copies)
             St. Lawrence Seaway Fiscal Year 1996 Annual Report
             St. Lawrence Seaway Brochures (4 copies)
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          Geography of the Great Lakes Fact Sheet
          Seaway Distances: Atlantic to Lake Ontario
          Seaway Development Corporation Map
          The Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System

     4   Periodicals with relevant articles
           "St. Lawrence Project: for Power and Safe Passage", The Amsco Bulletin. No. 1, 1957, pp. 8-9.
           "St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Projects", Kie-ways, Jan.-Feb. 1956, Vol. 11 No. 4, pp. 3-9.
           "Another St. Lawrence River Project", Kie-ways, Sept.-Oct. 1956, pp. 1-4.
           "Empire of the North", a collection of 3 articles by T.C. James. [First published in the January,
            February, and March 1945 issues of Hydro News,] pamphlet. 12 pp.
           A Canadian View of the St. Lawrence Question, E.C. Drury, Reprint of five articles from Maclean's
            Magazine, 1929, 15 pp.
     5   State of New York Department of Commerce
             The Mineral Industries of New York State. State of New York, Department of Commerce
            September 1950, 108 pp.
     6   Additional Speeches and Addresses
           "Inland Ocean", address by L. K. Sillcox, First Vice-President, The New York Air Brake Company at
            Harvard University, January 9, 1941.
           "Hydro-electric Power", address by Charles Aubrey Eaton to the Northern New York Development
            League at Carthage, October 19, 1922.
           "The Case for the West: The St. Lawrence Seaway in Relation to Fundamental National Economy,"
            address by Hon. James P. Goodrich, former Governor of Indiana, President City National Bank,
            Indianapolis, New York City February 7, 1924.
           "Advantages and Necessity of an All-American Deeper Waterway from the Great Lakes to the
            Atlantic", address by Hon. S. Wallace Dempsey of New York in the House of Representatives,
            Monday, March 22, 1926.
           "Water Power in New York State", address by Hugh L. Cooper, Consulting Engineer, at the 14th
            annual dinner of Associated Industries of New York State, Syracuse, New York.
           "St. Lawrence Power: Key to the Fuel Crisis on the Eastern Seaboard", Address by Hon. Alexander
            T. Vogelsang, First Assistant and Acting Secretary of the Interior, December 10, 1919.
92   6     "Questions Concerning the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project", Extension of Remarks of Hon.
            Homer Ferguson of Michigan. In the U.S. Senate, Friday June 23, 1944. See CONTAINER # 56
            FOLDER # 11.
           "Bringing the Atlantic to the Heart of the Continent", address by C.P. Craig to the Second Annual
            Over the Top dinner, January 2, 1919. [autographed by author.]
     7   Canada-St. Lawrence Agreement
           Agreement made the 11th day of July, A.D. 1932, Between the Dominion of Canada and the
            Province of Ontario, concerning the Development of Power in the International Rapids Section of
            the St. Lawrence River. Ottawa, 1932, 9 pp.

           Ontario-Hydro
         "St. Lawrence Power Project", 50th anniversary brochure. February 15, 1956. See CONTAINER #68
            FOLDER #5.
     8   Thesis
         The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Development. 1940. Thesis of George E. Reed,
            (son of George S. Reed) 2 copies.
     9   Summary Report of the Geological Survey Department of Mines for the Calendar Year 1919. printed
            by the order of Parliament, 1921.

92   10-15 Reports

     10 Proposed Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway. typed manuscript untitled. author not indicated.
     11 Power Development on the Niagara River. by C.S. Ferris, 1932, 86pp.
     12 Two reports:
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          Costs of St. Lawrence Hydro Power Supplemented by Steam Power Plants. John D. Ross. for the
           Power Authority of the State of New York. October, 1931, 32 pages.
          The Cost and Selling Price of St. Lawrence Hydro Power to the Ultimate Consumer. John D. Ross.
           for the Power Authority of the State of New York. November, 1931, 113 pp.
     13 Limitations of Federal Control of Water Powers 1912.
        Part I. Limitations of Federal Control of Water Powers. An argument before the National Waterways
           Commission by Hon. Rome G. Brown, November 28, 1911. Senate Document No. 721, 62nd
           Congress, Second Session,138pp.
        Part II. United States Supreme Court. United States of America vs. Chandler-Dundbar Water Power
           Company. Brief of Chandler-Dunbar, October Term 1907. 112 pp.
        Part III. Memorandum As to the Respective Rights of the State and of the Federal Government
            With Respect to Waters Within the State. by Paul Shipman Andrews, Special Assistant Attorney
           General, State of New York, no date, 46 pp.
        Water Resources Development Act of 1979 Hearing before the Subcommittee on Water Resources of
           the Committee on Environment and public works United States Senate. S.703 "A Bill authorizing
           the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and harbors for
           navigation, flood control and for other purposes. AND S. 1241 A Bill to authorize the National
           water resources policy and development act of 1979, to direct the water resources council to act as
           the coordinating body for a program of water resources assistance to the states. PART 3 Winter
           Navigation August 27, 10979 Alexandria Bay, New York"

     14 “Seaway Turns 50” from Johnson Newspaper Corporation- July 2009

93   Reports, cont.

     15 “The Economic Impacts of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway System”, Oct. 18, 2011, Martin
           Associates, Lancaster, PA
        Various Seaway information and fact sheets, 2011-12, including a CD of photos
     Misc. Materials
        Protest re Diversion at Chicago, 1912
        National Geographic Magazine, “The St. Lawrence; Canada’s Highway to the Sea”, May 1980

94   Engineering plans & maps

        Maps showing planned improvements for the St. Lawrence Seaway dated:
        1932 (two copies)
        1948 (4 copies)
     1954

								
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